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Dr Siamack Bagheri

Having qualified as a dentist in 1987 from Bristol University, Siamack entered general practice for two years prior to embarking onto a hospital career. Following two years of resident oral surgery posts, Siamack attained the FDS from the Royal College of Surgeons of England, he then entered a three year Registrar post in Orthodontics at King's College of London and Queen Mary's, Sidcup. During this period Siamack attained his orthodontic qualifications from the Royal Colleges of England and Edinburgh as well as an MSc from the University of London. He is now the principal of five clinics. Siamack is heavily involved with various dental and orthodontic committees as well as being the founding member of the Kensington, Chelsea and Westminster Study Club.

Dr Parita Bagheri

Parita trained at University College Hospital, qualifying in 1990. She then spent 5 years gaining experience in general practice and hospital departments including oral and maxillofacial surgery and oral medicine, and gained her fellowship in 1995 .She then started her specialist orthodontic training at the Royal London Hospital, gaining her MSc and M.Orth in 1998. Subsequently she has worked at a part time lecturer at the Royal London Hospital teaching undergraduates in orthodontics. In addition to her practice in Harley Street she is principle/partner in a group of specialist orthodontic practices in London, where she provides a wide variety of treatment. Her special interests include adult orthodontics, Invisalign and combined and multidisciplinary cases.

Dr Jacqueline Ravenscroft

Jacqueline Ravenscroft qualified in 1986 from Leeds Dental Hospital, and has a special interest in orthodontics. She worked as a clinical assistant at Walsall Manor Hospital whilst completing the West Midlands clinical assistants course in orthodontics at Birmingham Dental Hospital. Jacqueline then gained further experience in orthodontics at Kidderminster Hospital and in a specialist practice before joining Manor Orthodontic Clinic in 2015

Dr Jonathan Hunter

Jonathan graduated from Victoria University, Manchester with Honours and then worked in a number of teaching and district general hospitals in Maxillofacial Surgery. He was then based at the Birmingham Dental Hospital for 3 years as a registrar, working in all specialities of dentistry with close attachment to the Birmingham Childrens Hospital. During this time he gained his Fellowship from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons, Glasgow. Jonathan then studied Orthodontics at the Eastman Postgraduate Dental Institute, London. He gained his Masters degree and was awarded the Ian Reynolds Memorial Award for Research. This was followed by his Membership in Orthodontics of the Royal College of Surgeons of England. Jonathan is a member of the British Orthodontic Society and is on the General Dental Council Specialist Register for Orthodontics. He has presented his research to the British Society of Dental Research and lectured to various dental societies. Current interests include assessing clinical efficiency with self-ligating brackets. When not at work Jonathan is a keen French Horn player, playing in several semi-professional orchestras. He has regularly performed as soloist and gave the world premiere of a concerto for 2 horns and chamber orchestra by Richard Blackford.