MOrth Royal College of Surgeons of England 2010, MDentSci University of Leeds 2010, MFDS Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh 2004, BDS with commendation University of Glasgow 2002
Dr Pete Boyd has worked in specialist orthodontic practices in Yorkshire since 2010. He’s interested in all areas of orthodontics but has developed a particular interest in adult orthodontics, particularly clear ceramic braces, lingual braces and clear aligners.
In 2002, Pete qualified as a dentist from the University of Glasgow. He then worked in general practice and in hospital placements in both Newcastle upon Tyne and New Zealand. In 2007, Pete began his specialist orthodontic training with Leeds Dental Institute and York District Hospital. Three years later, he gained Membership in Orthodontics from the Royal College of Surgeons of England, as well as a Master of Dental Science degree from The University of Leeds.
Pete is dedicated to learning and development and regularly attends specialist training meetings. He’s achieved accreditation as a registered provider of Invisalign aligners.
MOrth Royal College of Surgeons of England 2008, MDentSci University of Leeds 2008, MFDS Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh 2003, BDS Newcastle University 1996
Chris has undertaken three years of higher specialist training in orthodontics and has completed an MSc in the subject. His clinical practice is focused solely on orthodontics which he has been practising since 2006.
In 1996, Chris graduated as a dentist from Newcastle University, before undertaking vocational training in North East England. Following a year in general practice, he worked as a hospital resident in maxillofacial surgery in the West Midlands. He later returned to the North East and completed two and a half years of training in the following areas: dentistry and orthodontics, oral and maxillofacial surgery and oral medicine and sedation.
NVQ Level 3 Dental Nurse
DIPORTH Therapy UK 2015
9-13 Queen Street
We’re based on Queen Street where you can find plenty of parking, just in front of the building. If you’re cycling to us, you can use the bicycle rack at the top of the road. If you’re using public transport, Westgate train station and Wakefield bus station are both five minutes’ walk away.Get directions on Google