Dr Gurps Singh (BDS(Hons) London MSc (Endodontics) is a dental surgeon with a specialist interest in the field of Endodontics. He is an International Member of the American Association of Endodontics which delivers world class education and research at an excellent standard.
Gurps graduated from Guys Dental Hospital London and had extensive experience in Oral surgery and General Dentistry. He was awarded the Robert and Alfred Woodhouse Prize in Oral Surgery and Oral Medicine along with the Maurice Wohl prize for General Dentistry. Gurps was nominated by Guy’s Dental Hospital for the University of London Gold Medal Award.
He completed his Vocational Training working under Mark Davis in Capel St Mary, Suffolk. In 2006 he moved to the Hadleigh Dental Surgery to work in private practice for Richard Hems and Philip Wilson. In 2008 Gurps invested in the Practice and became a Senior Partner. Gurps has a passion for all restorative dentistry. He has successfully completed a Restorative Course in Advanced Aesthetic and Restorative Dentistry led by Basil Mizrahi from the Eastman Dental Institute. Gurps works under a Zeiss operating microscope which very few dentists have the opportunity to do so. Under the microscope predictable and precision dentistry can be implemented. Gurps travels frequently to the USA to attend post graduate teaching and seminars.
In 2010 Gurps returned to his studies to master his skill set and enrolled upon a masters postgraduate degree in Clinical Endodontics. This postgraduate degree has given Gurps the knowledge and skills to treat the complex and advanced cases referred by other dental surgeons. Gurps is one of very few postgraduate endodontic surgeons who utilises 3D X rays to help diagnose and treat rare endodontic conditions. Hadleigh Dental has invested in a CBCT scanner so all treatments can be carried out in house.
He takes satisfaction from providing treatment that gives a great outcome combined with a healthy conservative approach. He especially enjoys providing care to patients who had previous fears and anxiety related to dentistry. Gurps currently takes referrals from local dentists for root canal / restorative related problems.
In his spare time he enjoys being with family and friends and currently helps to organise dental and medical camps in developing countries.
Gurps has a commitment to education and teaching, he has presented his thesis both nationally and internationally. He has been fortunate enough to have lectured in Europe and the USA.