Dr Harriet Morse

Dentist

GDC No. 229299

Enhanced skills and special interests in: Aesthetic dentistry, Tooth coloured fillings, Invisible braces, Whitening, Tooth contouring & cosmetic bonding, Smile Design, Porcelain veneers, Botox anti-aging treatment.

About her: Harriet grew up in South East London but began her career as a dentist at the University of Sheffield’s School of Clinical Dentistry, graduating in 2012. She completed her training year in South London before moving to Edinburgh. She continued to develop her Cosmetic Dentistry skills in private practice in Scotland for several years before returning to her hometown of London.

Qualifications:

BDS Sheffield School of Clinical Dentistry

Cosmetic Dentistry & Aesthetic Restorative Dentistry  One Year Course (Dr. Chris Orr, Advanced Dental Seminars)

Certificate in Botulinum Toxin (Levels 1 & 2) – Professor Bob Khanna Institute

Certified Invisalign Provider (Training Course 1, 2 and Master Class)

“Outside of Dentistry I try to be as active as I can and my hobbies include weight training, running, cycling, climbing, hiking and yoga. I enjoy pushing myself to my limits and finding out what I am physically capable of! Travel and exploration of the world are also a big part of my life. I enjoy an outdoor lifestyle and regularly plan trips to hike and climb abroad. I am a very creative person and I find an outlet for this in photographing my adventures along the way.

I have an immense passion for my work and believe that through sharing knowledge and experience, dentists can continually improve their skills and provide the best patient care. In building rapport and strong relationships with my patients, I tailor my approach to their personal needs. The patient’s experience throughout their treatment journey is fundamental to my provision of patient care. Having a gentle and caring manner, I take a special interest in anxious and phobic patients. Dedication to providing an open and honest approach, I ensure my patients fully understand their oral health and treatment requirements.”

Dr Harriet Morse