Dr. Linda Jennett
Hermitage Clinic, Suite 38 |
Tuesday & Thursday
Linda graduated from Queen's University Belfast in 2006 with a BDS (Hons) degree and a number of prizes including the paediatric and preventive dentistry prize. She worked in the Royal Group of Hospitals in Belfast, gaining experience in all hospital based dental specialties and her MFDS examinations before pursuing a career in Paediatric Dentistry. Linda completed her Specialist Training in Paediatric Dentistry in 2018. She has been actively involved in undergraduate and postgraduate education and completed her Postgraduate Certificate in Clinical Education in 2019. Linda thoroughly enjoys working with children and when not in work she has two of her own to keep her busy.
Graduated from Queen's University Belfast in 2006 with a BDS (Hons) degree and 5 final year prizes. In 2008 passed MFDS examinations to become a Member of the Faculty of Dental Surgery, Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh. Membership in Paediatric Dentistry examinations and Specialist Training in Paediatric Dentistry completed in 2018. Postgraduate Certificate in Clinical Education completed in 2019. Memberships include: Irish Dental Association, British Dental Association, European Society of Paediatric Dentistry, British Society of Paediatric Dentistry, Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh.
Presentations at a national level on: Dental extractions for Paediatric Cardiac Patients: the impact of the NICE guideline GC6, and The management of An Unusual Finding in Klippel Trenaunay Syndrome.
Linda completed her Specialist Training in Belfast where she was based in the School of Dentistry and the Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children, with a period of time spent in the Paediatric Dental Department in the Dental Hospital in Newcastle Upon Tyne. She spent much time in dental clinics. Linda's specialist training enabled her to gain experience in all areas of paediatric dentistry to include: * Diagnosis and Treatment Planning for Children and Adolescents * Prevention and Management of Oral Disease in Children and Adolescents including dental caries and tooth structure defects such as molar incisor hypomineralisation * Restorative Techniques in Children and Adolescents * Management of Dental Trauma in Children and Adolescent * Oral Pathology, Oral Medicine and Oral Surgery in Children and Adolescents * Management of Medically Compromised Children and Adolescents including those with cleft, lip and palate and those with Special Needs such as ASD * Management of paediatric patients with dental anxiety * Multidisciplinary and Multi-Agency Collaboration in Paediatric Dentistry * Provision of dental treatment under inhalation sedation and general anaesthetic