Mrs.Brown took her undergraduate training at the London Hospital Dental school where she qualified in 1965 as a Bachelor of Dental Surgery (University of London) and a licentiate dental surgeon of the Royal College of surgeons of England.
Her post graduate training and experience including teaching at Guys Hospital, the Eastman Postgraduate Dental Institute and the Royal Dental Hospital. In addition she worked part time in industry as well as in the general and school dental service.
In 1971 she obtained her Fellowship in Dental Surgery from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons, Glasgow.
She accepted the offer to work in an advanced restorative practice in Southern Africa in 1974 and in 1975 moved to Rhodesia where she established a Maxillofacial and Oral Surgical practice.
In 1976 she was appointed consultant Oral Surgeon to the Rhodesian Salisbury Group of Hospital and the Rhodesian Armed Services.
Mrs Brown married in December 1979 and returned to Britain to establish this practice in 1981.
Mrs Brown was made a Freeman of the City of London on the 7th October 1982.
In recognition of her wide surgical experience she was given specialist recognition by BUPA and PPP for the provision on inpatient care.
Mrs Brown is ably assisted by a team of part-time qualified and trained dental nurses and receptionists, all of whom are fully experienced in their individual roles within the practice to ensure that all our patients receive the very best care and attention.