Keith studied dentistry at University College Hospital, London graduating with honours and a distinction 1988. He then entered general dental practice obtaining his vocational training certificate. During the next three years, Keith worked in various senior house officer and registrar posts in oral and maxillofacial surgery and became a Fellow of the Royal Colleges of Surgeons of both Edinburgh and England.
Keith then joined the three-year postgraduate orthodontic training programme at the Eastman Dental Hospital. In 1996, Keith was awarded an MSc in orthodontics from the University of London and Membership in Orthodontics of The Royal Colleges of Surgeons of England and Edinburgh allowing him to be registered as a specialist orthodontist with the General Dental Council.
Keith is a past chairman of the East Sussex Orthodontic Study Group and is one of the founding directors of Total Orthodontics. He is a member of the British Orthodontic Society, the European Orthodontic Society, the World Federation of Orthodontists and the American Association of Orthodontists. He has presented his orthodontic research to the British Society of Dental Research and has lectured to many dental groups, both Nationally and Internationally.
Keith’s main clinical interests are the treatment of adult patients and the use of the latest generation low force fixed appliance techniques. He was one of the first Orthodontists in the country to train in the Invisalign technique, which he regularly uses to treat both children and adults. Keith is very involved in postgraduate teaching and regularly lectures at various courses and seminars. He is currently a mentor for the British Orthodontic Society, looking after and teaching newly qualified specialists.