Dr Rachael Suffern
Dr Rachael Suffern
GDC No. 271245
I graduated from the University of Bristol in 2017 (BDS) and then continued with further postgraduate studies to complete membership examinations with the Royal College of Surgeons in 2019 (MFDS) and a Postgraduate Certificate in Clinical Education (PGCert) in 2020.
I have worked in both general dental practice and various dental hospitals with postgraduate training across a range of specialties including Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Restorative Dentistry and Paediatrics. I regularly undertake courses to upgrade my knowledge and skills so that I can provide my patients with the newest techniques and innovations in dentistry.
I feel strongly about the importance of listening carefully to my patients, their issues or concerns and what they would like to achieve so that we can work together to reach their goals. I have always believed in a compassionate approach to dentistry, helping both children and adults suffering from dental anxiety to gain confidence by making them feel at ease and ensuring their visits to the dentist are a positive experience.
I really enjoy building trusted relationships with my regular patients and maintaining their dental health in a relaxed and welcoming environment. I also recognise that some patients wish to enhance their smile further through cosmetic treatments and I love that the treatments I provide can make such a difference to self confidence! I am happy to discuss options for treatments such as tooth whitening, Invisalign and composite bonding.
I have a particular interest in facial aesthetics and I am delighted to provide bespoke anti-wrinkle treatments to safely and effectively craft a more youthful look. I am also a certified provider of medical grade skincare with Zo Obagi.
When I’m not looking after my lovely patients, I tend to spend my weekends busy socialising with friends which usually involves discovering new restaurants and coffee spots. As much as I love the bustle of London, I also love cycling, skiing and trips home to visit my family in Ireland, where we have adopted the trend of cold water swimming in the Irish Sea!