Dr Goldie Songra qualified in Dentistry from the University of Bristol in 2004. Following qualification, he has worked in primary, secondary and tertiary care and held posts in Maxillofacial Surgery, Restorative and Paediatric Dentistry at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Kings Lynn and Manchester Dental Hospital respectively. He has also worked as a Community Dental Officer in Bolton, working with patients with dental phobia and severe learning disabilities.
His orthodontic training was undertaken at Musgrove Park Hospital in Taunton, as part of the South West Orthodontic Training Program. He continued his training and completed his Post-CCST training at Bristol Dental Hospital and Royal United Hospital, Bath. He has gained a number of post-graduate and specialist qualifications from the prestigious Royal College of Surgeons of England.
He is now a full time Orthodontic Consultant at the Royal Worcestershire Hospital, Worcester, where he takes an active role in postgraduate training of specialist registrars and senior trainees to Consultant level. He is also an examiner for the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. He is Chair of the Orthodontic Managed Clinical Network for Herefordshire & Worcestershire where he leads collaborative working between clinicians and commissioners to improve and advance Orthodontics in the region.
Mr. Songra has experience in treating a broad range of malocclusions in children and adults and specialises in the management of complex orthodontic cases in conjunction with other dental specialities, as part of a multidisciplinary team approach. He has a particular interest in the management of dento-facial deformities. He has expertise in a number of treatment techniques using various appliances and treats every patient in a caring, conscientious and compassionate manner.
In his spare time, he likes to travel and visit different countries and experience diverse cultures. He like to try different cuisines and enjoys watching Marvel, Science Fiction and Action movies.
BDS University of Bristol 2004
MFDS RCSEng. 2006