Mark Hill graduated from Kings College, London in 1992 and he has a long and well established career working in Cosmetic and Restorative Dentistry. After a restorative house job at King’s Mark completed his vocational training back in Cardiff and then was awarded his Masters Degree in Restorative Dentistry in 1996. Mark has achieved several qualifications from the Royal College of Surgeons of England and completed their Certificate in Dental Health Service Leadership and Management in 2008. Mark has studied with some of the UK’s leading cosmetic & restorative consultants and in Berlin and at the Kois centre in America. Mark has been an FT1 trainer for 9 years and ITP Therapist trainer. Mark has been a past clincial tutor for the final year dental students at Cardiff University St.Davids Hospital. He has a special interest in toothwear and accepts referrals for such cases.
Mark bought and became principal of his progressive city centre practice – Park Place Dental Practice – in 2000. He has developed this into a recognised class leading practice serving Cardiff’s city centre professional clientele. His practice is underpinned by a philosophy of preventative dental care and maintaining dental health for life. His practice was a finalist in the 2005 and 2006 Private Dentistry Awards and Mark has also been nominated for the Leading Wales Business Awards.
He is a member of the British Dental Association, the Royal College of Surgeons of England, The British Society of Restorative Dentistry and an active member of the Cardiff and Vale LDC. Mark currently is a member of the dental advisory panel of GSK.
He frequently lectures at a regional and national level on the subjects of toothwear and restorative dentistry. His personal and informative approach has proved very popular with DF1,DF2 , hygiene and therapy students and postgradute attendees. Mark was one of the speakers for the national 2012 Talking Points in Dentistry lecture tour.
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