I qualified from Trinity College Dublin in 2012 with honours and I also won the prize for best dissertation of the year. I then spent a year working in general practice in Scotland, where I gained invaluable experience, especially in the treatment of nervous patients and children. I moved back to Ireland in August 2013 and took up posts in both Celbridge and Pembroke Dental, before moving full time to Pembroke Dental in August 2014.
I thoroughly enjoy all aspects of dentistry and I take pride in making people feel comfortable and tailoring treatment around the patient's needs, expectations and affordability.
I regularly take part in continued professional development in both Ireland and the UK, and I have also travelled to the slum of Embulbul in Nairobi, Kenya as well as Siem Reap in Cambodia to provide much needed dental treatment.
In my spare time, I love to keep fit by running and cycling and taking part in sporting events.