Alex Mustard is a Specialist Endodontist from the world renowned Eastman Dental Hospital. He graduated from Glasgow University in 1997 and worked for almost ten years in general dental practice before moving to Kings College London where he worked as a Senior Dental Officer caring for the dental health of children and adults with special needs.
In 2008 he entered the MSc programme in Endodontics at the Eastman which he passed with distinction. He was immediately asked to work within the department and over the subsequent 5 years he has treated the most complex Endodontic cases as well as teaching on the MSc, MClinDent and Specialist Training Programmes. In 2013 his work at the Eastman was recognised by patients and peers when he became the first dentist from 12,000 members of UCLH staff to be a finalist for the Celebrating Excellence Kindness to Patients Award. At the awards ceremony I was humbled to be described as having “the heart of a true clinician and teacher who treats his patients with the utmost care and attention”.
Alex continues to teach at the Eastman Dental Hospital and is a Member of the Board of Examiners for the MSc, MClinDent and Specialist Endodontic Training Programmes. He has a Membership in Endodontics from the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, which is recognised as the highest qualification available within the specialty.
Alex welcomes referrals for all forms of Endodontic treatment and has a particular interest in the management of complex cases and the outcome of non-surgical root canal treatment.