Specialist Restorative BDS MDSc DGDP (UK) GDC No. 45530
Stephen Davies qualified in 1971 at Manchester University. He set up the High Lane practice in 1974.
He was awarded his MDSc in 1994 for his thesis: "An investigation into the pattern of splint wear in the management of temporomandibular disorders” and was awarded the Alan Hilton Memorial Medal for Research from the Manchester Medical Society for this work.
In total Stephen has published over 50 scientific journals; he was co-author of “Temporomandibular Disorders: A clinical approach” BDJ Publications 1995 and principal author of “A Clinical Guide to Occlusion” BDJ Publications 2002.
He is a past Director of the North West Division of Faculty of General Dental Practitioners. In 1986, he joined the Temporomandibular Disorder clinic at the Manchester Dental School having previously studied Temporomandibular Disorder and Occlusion in the UK and USA. He has been the Lead Clinician of this clinic, since January 2001.
He also teaches at Manchester University and for the FGDP at the Royal College of Surgeons, London. He has for many years accepted referrals for patients with temporomandibular or occlusal difficulty.
Stephen is registered with the General Dental Council as a ‘Specialist in Restorative Dentistry’. This deals with the restoration of diseased, injured, or abnormal teeth to normal function. This includes all aspects of root canal treatment, gums and bone support, crowns and bridges, and the restoration of implants.