Jeeves is a registered specialist with the Dental Council – which allows him to use the term ‘Specialist’. The requirements to do are rigorous and a list is available here to check the status of any practitioner offering orthodontics as a specialist. If you are investing in orthodontics for yourself or your child do you not deserve to see an appropriately qualified, recognised and more importantly registered ‘Specialist’.
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Jeeves studied dentistry at Guys Hospital, London, graduating in 1992. He then spent 4 years working in hospital posts training in oral and maxillo-facial surgery and orthodontics. During that time he was awarded the Fellowship in Dental Surgery from the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh in 1997. Jeeves then enrolled in a full-time research programme in Queens University, Belfast, where he completed a thesis and was awarded a Master of Philosophy research degree in 2007. He then proceeded to publish his findings in the International Journal of Paediatric Dentistry.
He commenced his formal three year postgraduate orthodontic training at Leeds Dental Institute. He completed his final examinations and thesis in 2001 and was awarded a Master of Dental Science degree, followed by the Membership in Orthodontics from the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh – allowing him to be registered as a specialist orthodontist with the General Dental Council in the UK.
He worked successfully as a specialist for a number of years in London prior to moving to Ireland and establishing a specialist orthodontic practice in Ennis, Co Clare. He is an active member of the Orthodontic Society of Ireland.
Jeeves is passionate about orthodontics and patient care, taking pride in making the ‘patient journey’ through treatment as pleasant as possible. ‘Being an orthodontist allows me to watch the transformation my patients go through when they improve their smiles with braces. I love the excitement and concern that each brings with them on their first visit. I see each case as a challenge to exceed expectations and help patients overcome their fears. I may not change the world with braces, but if I can change it for one child, it will be worth it!’