Smile with David Waring at the BOC 2019


David Waring

With the annual BOC just around the corner, David Waring is in full preparation as he leads us into a full program of update and innovation with a bicycle tour of Glasgow thrown in for good measure.  

We are proud to support David, one of our practice principles, as he chairs his first British Orthodontic Conference. We wanted to offer an insight as to what he does here at Northenden House Orthodontics.  As a consultant orthodontist, he has a wealth of experience in all aspects of orthodontics, from interceptive orthodontic treatment to multi-disciplinary treatment with fellow specialists, the key is teamwork to deliver exemplary care. 

David can be found at the heart of the clinic treating patients and supervising his orthodontic therapists, we work early and finish late ensuring that we accommodate our patients. He uses Clarity Advanced flash free brackets for his buccal fixed appliances which is a 3M unitek product, aligner wise he uses a combination of Invisalign from Align and Autograph aligners by DB Orthodontics depending upon the case. For a completely hidden appliance, David utilises Incognito which is a lingual appliance manufactured by 3M in Germany. Northenden House is the leading provider of the Incognito appliance in the North of England. For patients that require additional services such as maxillio facial, restorative and periodontal, David works closely with a team of specialists that support patient-specific treatment plans, leading to fantastic results.

David’s dental journey started when he qualified in 1995 from Leeds University Dental School. After various practice and hospital posts, he joined the orthodontic specialist registrar training programme in Liverpool. He completed his specialist training in Orthodontics in 2003 gaining the Membership in Orthodontics from the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and the M.Dent.Sci from the University of Liverpool.

Following entry to the Orthodontic specialist list, David undertook a further 2 years of training as a senior registrar to gain the Intercollegiate Speciality Fellowship in Orthodontics of the Royal College and achieve consultant status. David is currently Training Programme Director for Orthodontics at Manchester Dental Hospital. David currently teaches Orthodontics at the University Dental Hospital of Manchester and he is also an examiner for the Speciality Membership in Orthodontics (MOrth RCS) at the Royal College of Surgeons of England.

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