Marie-Louise Duthie BDS(Ncl) MJDF RCS(Eng) PDip NSFA – 80585
Dr Marie- Louise Duthie qualified from the University of Newcastle Upon Tyne in 2002 with awards in Restorative Dentistry. She has since carried on her postgraduate career, passing her MJDF diploma in 2010 and becoming a member of the Royal College of Surgeons. Marie-Louise was trained in ceramic reconstruction in 2007 and has a special interest in tooth whitening procedures. She is qualified in providing IV sedation for anxious patients and recently acquired accreditation as a Invisalign clear brace practitioner.
In 2007 Marie-Louise embarked upon facial aesthetics training at the Royal Society of Medicine and The Royal college of Physicians. She is a member of the International Academy of Advanced Facial Aesthetics. In 2012 she was accepted onto the Postgraduate Masters course in Non-Surgical Facial Aesthetics at the University of Central Lancashire. She passed her diploma in 2013 with a distinction and is now embarking on a research degree in this area. In 2011 Marie-Louise was approached to teach at Liverpool Dental Hospital. She specialised in teaching emergency dental care to the dental students in the initial treatment clinic at LUDH.
Marie-Louise was elected to the post of Honorary Secretary of Liverpool LDC by Liverpool dentists in 2009. She represents 224 dentists and has recently been re-elected to this position and will hold it until 2016. Marie-Louise sat on the Quality Health Council for Liverpool and currently sits on the Primary Care Strategic group for NHS Merseyside. She was also part of the North-West Strategic Health Authority special advisors meeting into NHS Quality Assurance and Contract Management.
John Cato – 227514
John graduated from The University of Liverpool in 2012, he was delighted to be awarded four academic prizes upon graduation. Including: the prestigious ‘Tom Pitt-Ford’ Prize in Endodontology (Root Canal) from the British Endodontic Society; the Raj Srivastava prize for Professionalism; the North West region British Dental Association: Management and Leadership Prize and a university Scholarship award for an academic report.
John went on to complete his vocational training under the tutelage of a specialist in Oral surgery, where he developed interests in Oral Surgery, endodontics and replacing missing teeth with dentures.
John continued to an Oral Surgery training position for a further year in 2013. During this year he completed a Diploma, to become a member of the Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh, whilst working at Liverpool Dental Hospital and Arrowe Park Hospitals. He also provided regional on-call trauma cover for The Royal, Aintree, Alder Hey and Arrowe Park Hospitals.
Since July 2014 John has worked in general practice but has continued to have an interest in Oral Surgery, root canal and replacing missing teeth. He is currently in his 2nd year of a dental Implant Diploma Program at Edge Hill University.
John enjoys spending his free time socializing with friends, he is a keen cook and likes to entertain. He likes to travel, enjoys hiking, attempting to windsurf and being outdoors.
Lisa Bentham – 191366
Lisa graduated from the University of Liverpool in July 2010, achieving a degree with honours. She worked in a dental practice elsewhere for one year before joining The Oral Health Practice in 2011. In 2012, Lisa passed the examinations to gain membership to the Joint Dental Faculties of the Royal College of Surgeons of England – MDJF RCS (Eng).
She has a particular interest in providing treatment under conscious sedation and has recently completed a course allowing her to be proficient in this area of dentistry. This option will be available to our patients in the very near future. Lisa has also been trained in providing ceramic reconstruction (CEREC) to help rebuild heavily damaged teeth, and she really enjoys this aspect of her job.
In her spare time, Lisa enjoys generally keeping fit; she enjoys running and exercise classes. She also fills a lot of her spare time walking with her dog and baking cakes and biscuits (all sugar-free obviously!)
Katie Williams – 150589
Katie graduated from Queen’s University, Belfast in 2008 with distinctions in Restorative Dentistry and Orthodontics. Katie completed her Vocational Training year in Portadown, Northern Ireland and moved to Liverpool in 2012 where she joined the team at The Oral Health Practice.
Katie is involved in post-graduate study. She has completed the Membership of the Faculty of Dental Surgery examinations in Glasgow and is currently undertaking a 3 year Diploma in Postgraduate Dental Studies at Bristol University. This dedication to continued learning ensures that her patients avail of the most up-to-date and appropriate treatments. Katie is dedicated to providing a high standard of dental care to her patients in a friendly and relaxing manner. Outside of work Katie enjoys traveling, music, cooking and spending time with family and friends.
Jack Duthie – 245173
Jack was fascinated by science and its practical application while at school. He also wanted to pursue a career in healthcare and dentistry seemed the obvious choice.
Once qualified went to work Jack in North Wales. He chose a practice with a special interest in oral surgery and advanced restorative dentistry. He was very successful there and they were sad that he could not stay but he was eager to get back to Liverpool and develop his skills further by working at the family practice.
His father, John Duthie, was one of the first dentists in the UK to become qualified in using Cerec, (using Cad/Cam to design and make veneers, crowns, bridges and inlays). John became an international trainer and has continued to develop these skills in conjunction with implant restorations. Jack has benefitted from the practice expertise in this area and has become an experienced practitioner in Cerec. His aim is to develop a practice capable of delivering advanced restorative dentistry and he is well on the way to achieving his ambition. He has completed the advanced training course in London and is getting excellent aesthetic results. He is also working along side Paul Swanson our implant surgeon to restore major implant cases using the CAD/CAM technology which is a new and exciting specialised area within the profession.
Jack is married to Lisa Bentham, who is also a longstanding dentist at the practice. They live locally and have just started a family.