Over the years Mana has developed a loyal and satisfied patient base with a holistic approach to her patient's clinical and preferred needs. She qualified from St Bart's and the Royal London School of Medicine and Dentistry in 2011 as a graduate student, having completed a BSc [Hons] in Biomedical Sciences from King's College London in 2005. Upon graduation from Bart's and The London, she was given the Warden's Prize for 'Significant Contributions to the School by a Student', which resonates today in her efforts to always remain a team player at the practice, encourages a professional but comfortable relationship with her patients and remains reflective of her practice and open to enhancing her skills.
After graduation she completed her Foundation Training year, during which she won first prize for her patient Case Presentation, and also completed a diploma in Postgraduate Certificate in Primary Dental Care for Foundation Dentists. After her Foundation Year, she up-skilled with Hospital training in the Maxillofacial Surgery Department at Royal Surrey County Hospital, where she gained extensive surgical experience and passed the MFDS Exam with the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh.
This has allowed Mana to bring her skills in extractions to her current role in General Practice. As a result of her training in facial anatomy, she is also experienced in facial aesthetics, such as anti-wrinkle and filler treatments.
Within general practice she has developed skills in minimally invasive denstistry, allowing for great aesthetic results with minimal change to your natural teeth, following completion of PGCerts in courses such as Advanced Operative Aesthetic and Restorative Dentistry, and Endodontics.
Due to Mana's calm and caring nature, she is particularly skilled at reassuring anxious patients of all ages.
When not working, she loves spending time with her little dog, takes Yoga and Pilates classes, and enjoys everything and anything to do with food.