Anish’s philosophy is to support referring dentists in three ways.
Anish graduated in 1993 in South Africa and emigrated with his family to the UK in 2002. He has always been passionate about endodontics and completed an MSc in Endodontics in 2012. Anish has been appointed as Honorary Clinical Lecturer in Endodontic Speciality Teaching at the School of Dentistry- University of Birmingham
He has been a Foundation Dentist Trainer for six years and completed a Post Graduate Certificate in Clinical Education. He currently lectures the Foundation Dentists on their Endodontic study days for East Yorkshire and South Midlands Deanery. Anish has been accepting referrals for endodontics since 2007 and is keen on supporting his colleagues with complex endodontic cases and improving their endodontic skills. He is committed improving his knowledge and skills and providing comfortable, caring dentistry to his patients.
The combination of passion, experience, knowledge and specialist equipment allows Anish to achieve a high success rate in treating complex root canal treatments.
Anish feels that it is important to call upon a sympathetic team who treat every referral with the highest level of care and professionalism. He is passionate about providing the highest standard of endodontic treatment, mindful of patients comfort throughout. Following completion of treatment, the patient is referred back to the referring dental practitioner for final restoration.
Anish’s high standards are achieved by:
Depending on the instruction of the referral, we will often place the core at the completion appointment. This ensures that the root canal is sealed on completion as this has an impact on the long-term outcome. Furthermore, placing the core ensures that even if there is a delay in placing the cusp protection, the tooth is not compromised. We will not however provide any final/cusp-protected restoration or any further restorative treatment unless specifically requested by the referring dental practitioners. Anish is sensitive to the fact that many general dental practitioners are capable of carrying out more advanced dentistry to a high standard. A referral to our practice for endodontic treatment will result in the patient only having that treatment undertaken and we will hand the patient back to the referring practitioner for final restoration.
Anish often goes through great length to explain the difficulties and the complexities of endodontic treatment to the patients that have been referred and this often helps to settle potential disputes and misunderstandings between referring dentist and patient.
The endodontic treatment will only be undertaken if the tooth is restorable.
We will try and send the post-operative radiographs and report to the referring dentist within a few days of completion.
Some patients are encouraged to return within 6 months to monitor post-operative healing.
I'm writing to thank you and your team for the wonderful care and attention that you provided during my root canal surgery.
I would have no hesitation in recommending you and your practice to friends and family.
This is a long overdue note to say the hugest THANK YOU for the amazing treatment I had to releive my agonizing tooth/gum (everywhere)! Pain!!
The very worst bit was simply having to keep my mouth open for 3 hours!! - not to mention all the work you had to do over that period non stop.......
You are a complete SAINT!!
This is just a note to say thank you so much for completing my root canal treetment today. Despite my initial misgivings relating to pain and ongoing after effects I must say the whole process was smooth, painless and almost zero after effects. Most successful I would say.
My wife also had a very similar experience so we will both be delighted to make use of your services again if necessary
apologies for the delay in contacting you but I just wanted to let you know that as someone who REALLY doesn't like visiting the dentist you made my recent visit a very relaxed experience.
Having recently had root canal treatment carried out by Mr Khatri, I am able to tell everyone who asks that it was nothing to warry about, it did not hurt, there was no discomfort afterwards and I was eating on the offending tooth without a problem, only a few hours after treatment.
In addition you can see the work being done on a TV screen if you want to watch. I did, and found it fascinating