GDC No. 150379
BDS (Bham 2008), PG Cert RDP
Dr Kamal Mistry qualified from University of Birmingham Dental School in 2008, following which she attained her membership (MFDS) to the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. She enjoys and practices all aspects of general dentistry but has a particular interest in restorative and cosmetic dentistry.
Very early in her career she completed a yearlong certified course in Restorative Dental Practice with the Prestigious Eastman Dental Institute. Since then she has remained very passionate about her commitment to furthering her practical and theoretical skillset and has undergone extensive training both nationally and internationally. She completed the Advance Functional and Aesthetic Dentistry Programme with the Perfect Smile Training Institute in 2016 and is also currently undertaking further training at the internationally recognised ‘ Kois Dental Centre’ based in Seattle, USA. This allows her to utilise the very latest evidence-based materials and techniques to ensure the best functional and aesthetics results are delivered predictably.
Kamal is a fully certified provider of Invisalign (clear braces), which allows her to provide an aesthetic solution to adults to straighten misaligned or crowded teeth. She is also currently undertaking training in restoration of dental implants.
Kamal has been a finalist for ‘Best Young Dentist’ at both The Private Dentistry Awards and the Dentistry Awards in 2018. She is a member of the British Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, and also organises various study clubs for fellow dentists around Hertfordshire. Formally she was an Educational Supervisor for newly qualified dentists and enjoyed sharing her knowledge with the new dental graduates.
Kamal has a kind and caring approach and endeavours to provide the best solution for her patients, putting her patients’ needs at the forefront, and treating them in a relaxed and friendly manner.
Kamal recently got married and is very much looking forward to enjoying married life here in Hertfordshire.