Specialist in Restorative Dentistry
BDS & PhD London
GDC Registration No 54978
Guy Robertson joined the practice in 1986 after graduating with double honours from Guy’s Hospital London. He subsequently completed three years postgraduate clinical training in Fixed Prosthodontics and Periodontology at the University of Illinois in Chicago.
He taught postgraduate students on the Master’s degree in conservative dentistry at the Institute of Dental Surgery, Eastman Dental Hospital London for twelve years and has given lectures in Europe and the United States. He is currently a visiting lecturer at The Royal London Dental Hospital.
He completed a Doctorate (PhD) in 1995. Dr Robertson is recognised by the General Dental Council as a Specialist in Restorative Dentistry and has been doing implant dentistry in the practice since 1990. He also has more than 30 years of experience doing complex crown and bridgework.
He has been President of The American Dental Society of London and has served on the executive committee of The American Dental Society of Europe.
In his spare time Guy is an enthusiastic amateur guitar player and painter.
We understand that many people are apprehensive of dental treatment but our sympathetic team use the most modern techniques to ensure your treatment is as comfortable and relaxing as possible.
Please phone the practice on 020 7580 2551/1828 or use the contact form below to arrange your consultation.
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At Plowman and Partners, we are deeply committed to prioritising the health and well-being of our patients, staff and community.
We want to reassure you that we are doing everything we can to ensure a safe environment at our practice. We have always followed strict disinfection protocols, and will take all necessary steps to minimise the risks posed to our patients, our staff and ourselves.
In line with best practice and subsequent instructions from the Chief Dental Officer for England we had no option but to close our practice on Thursday 19th March. Unfortunately we are currently expressly forbidden to do any treatment of any kind. It has been announced that we must wait for Emergency dental centres to be established. In the meantime we will triage patients over the telephone and have contact details on our answering machine.
We are thankful for your understanding. Naturally we will be seeing patients for routine dental dentistry once we able to do so.