BChD MFGDP (UK) MSc (Merit) Aesthetic & Restorative Dentistry
GDC Registration Number: 82441
Dr Monik Vasant
Dr. Vasant is the founder and director of Fresh Dental and works in both the Bolton and London clinics.
He is a highly-experienced clinician with a special interest in minimally invasive aesthetic dentistry. Over the years, Monik has treated thousands of patients, but his ethos has always remained the same: to create beautiful smiles without compromising the long term health of teeth.
Monik has trained under many of the world’s leading clinicians and in addition to his undergraduate dental training, has completed a postgraduate Master of Science degree in Aesthetic and Restorative Dentistry. He is also a member of the Royal College of Surgeons Faculty of General Dental Practice (UK) and the British and American Academies of Cosmetic Dentistry.
Dr. Vasant lectures on various postgraduate courses around the UK and overseas on topics including aesthetics, restorative dentistry, direct composite bonding, short term orthodontics and Invisalign. He runs his own direct composite bonding course entitled ‘Totally Composite’ which is held throughout the UK and internationally in several countries including Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Bahrain and around Europe.
In addition to the above, he is a global key opinion leader for one of the leading dental companies Coltene and is the clinical lead on the development team for the next generation of dental materials. He is also on the Invisalign European Aesthetic Dentistry Advisory Board and is a UK clinical trainer for Invisalign. This involves teaching dentists about the Invisalign system.
Dr. Vasant was named as Best Young Dentist at the Dentistry Awards in 2010 and regularly features in the UK Dentistry Top 50 and Private Dentistry Elite 20 polls. You may also have seen him on TV programmes such as GMTV, ITN News, The One Show and Gok’s Style Secrets.
As well as the above, Monik is an author of the ‘Messages from Dental Masters’ books and his own clinical book, ‘Smile Art’, is proudly held in the British Library.