Dr Mallorie has travelled the World to study the fine art of quality dental surgery on three continents. After completing undergraduate studies here in beautiful Wales (during which time he was awarded the Oral Surgery prize) he then completed further study at the Royal College of Surgeons, London. Following on from that Dr Mallorie spent some years working as an Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Senior House Officer in Wales involving many hours of oral surgery training and experience as well as being involved in teaching dental students how to remove complex wisdom teeth.
From there Dr Mallorie moved to Australia where he worked in the beautiful city of Melbourne in private practice. During his time there he dipped across the pond to California, the USA where he completed a one-year Master Implant Clinician Program through the University of California Los Angeles and the Global Institute for Dental Education. Dr Mallorie finished the course as top student amongst the international intake of150 Master Clinician’s. Following on from this, and thirsty for more study, he went onto complete a Graduate Diploma in Dental Implants from Sydney University with distinction whilst also maintaining a busy private practice in Melbourne.
Dr Mallorie has presented/lectured in the field of oral surgery and dental implants inChina, The Netherlands, USA, Australia and here in the UK. Whilst in Australia he was appointed Director of the Melbourne gIDE Master Implant Clinician Study Club from 2011-2014. He has also found time over the years to publish research papers in well-respected academic journals such as the International Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, and the Angle Orthodontist.
Upon his return to the UK, Dr Mallorie completed postgraduate training in Dental Sedation at the prestigious King’s College London. Following the completion of this degree, Dr Mallorie worked on Harley Street in London which is arguably the most World-renowned medical district. The practice he worked at was the longest-established private dental surgery in the UK and working within its walls enabled him to continue to provide high-quality care for his patients. During his time in London, Dr Mallorie spent one day every week working as a Clinical Teacher in Oral Surgery at the World Class training facility at King’s College Hospital Oral Surgery Department. Here he spent his time teaching budding dental surgeons oral surgery and dental sedation skills.
Dr Mallorie has been placing dental implants for well over 10 years with a current success rate in excess of 98-per cent so you can rest assured you are in great hands.
Safe to say Dr Mallorie is well versed and experienced in dealing with all manner of dental implant cases from a single missing tooth replacement to a total smile rehabilitation with techniques such as“All-on-4” and “Teeth-in-a-day”. In addition, he is also highly skilled at removing wisdom teeth, no matter how impacted they are, using techniques he has learned over the years to help ensure the treatment is as comfortable for his patients as possible.
Dr Mallorie now works part-time as a Specialty Dental Surgeon in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at Cardiff’s University Dental Hospital performing all manner of oral surgery procedures under both local and general anaesthetic as well as teaching junior dental surgeons. The rest of his time is spent providing oral surgery procedures, dental implants and sedation treatments for private dental practices in South Wales.
Dr Mallorie is an active member of the British Association of Oral Surgeons, the European Association of Dental Implantologists and the Global Institute for Dental Education. Whilst in London he was appointed as the London Regional Representative for the British Association of Oral Surgeons.
Away from the surgery Dr Mallorie also likes a challenge and over the years he has completed events such as the Tough Mudder in Australia, Tough Guy in England, The Mighty Deer Stalker in Scotland, and The World Bog Snorkelling Championships here in Wales. He is married with two young boys and his biggest challenge currently is getting them to eat their greens.
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