The Team - General Dentists
BDS (Lond) LDS RCS (Eng). Qualified 1980 at Royal London Hospital
He stayed at hospital to do further oral surgery training before moving to General practice. Both his Father and Grandfather were dentists in Horsham in Sussex.
Joined Lionel Bryer in 1983 at 24 Cadogan Square.
In 1985 the practice moved to 53 Sloane Street. Formed the Bryer Wallace Dental Practice in 1992.
Main areas of interest are Implants and associated surgery, cosmetic and aesthetic treatments. Any complex and difficult treatments are great source of joy; and relished as a challenge. He was chairman of the International Dental Foundation which he has been for more than 20 years, organising high level postgraduate education usually in Courchevel.
In 1988 set up the in house dental laboratory, Lab 53 Ltd, which ensures that the practice has the best technicians and ceramic artists on-site, for both the patients and the dentists.
Rob is married to Laura and they have 3 teenage children. He lives close to Clapham Common, but spends weekends in Devon at the family farm.
He is a passionate off-piste skier, and loves cycling, running, sailing, diving, travelling, motor biking, and has recently taken up hunting to hounds on his horse 'Reef'.
BDS (Lond) LDS RCS (Eng)
Ann qualified from Guy's Hospital where she was given a scholarship to study Restorative Dentistry at the Dental School in Boston and spent three months at Trinity College, Dublin.
Ann enjoyed 5 years in private practice in Ascot before joining Sloane Street in 1987. She is a full partner and practices all aspects of restorative dentistry, with a special interest in cosmetic, full mouth reconstructions, superstructure for implants and veneers. Having never had a filling herself, she is fully committed to preventative and minimally invasive dentistry. Ann uses relative analgesia (laughing gas) so her patient does not inhale mercury vapour during the removal of old amalgam restorations and because she believes that dentistry should be a pleasant experience with minimal stress. She always works to classical music and opera.
Ann is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine and Chairman of the International Dental Foundation. She is committed to post graduate education believing it is essential to remain "cutting edge" in this constantly evolving profession.
Ann supports a number of medical and environmental charities through her own charitable trust. She is a Dame des Chevalerie de Coteaux de Champagne. She relaxes playing golf, tennis and bridge and is a keen off piste skier.
BDS MSc(Lon) FDS RCS(Eng)
Grant qualified as a dentist in 1985 and spent the subsequent year working in the Oral and Maxillofacial surgery and Restorative departments of Kings College Hospital. Four years were then spent in general dental practice, time spent additionally studying for fellowship exams for which FDS RCS (Restorative Dentistry) was gained in 1991 from the Royal College of Surgeons in England. Following a year long, full time post graduate course in restorative dentistry a MSc was gained at Eastman Dental Institute, London in 1992.
Grant joined the Bryer Wallace practice in 1993 and became a partner in 1998.
He is able to offer a full range of general dental treatment from initial assessment and treatment planning to provision of complex restorative cases.
John qualified at the University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand in 1969. John joined Lionel Bryer at 24 Cadogan Square in early 1974, and when they moved to 89 Pavilion Road and 53 Sloane Street in 1986, he set up The Zinzan Dental Practice. John merged his practice with Bryer Wallace in 2001.
He is able to offer a full range of general dental treatment, from initial assessment and treatment planning, to provision of complex restorative cases.
He also enjoys the flying of light aircraft, which he has been doing for 50 years!
BDS MSc(Lond) MFGDP(UK)
Paul graduated from University of Glasgow Dental Hospital in 1998. He joined the Royal Navy as a Dental Officer that summer, working for the next eight years with the Navy and Royal Marines. During this time he studied for and was awarded Membership of the Faculty of General Dental Practitioners. This prompted him to apply for and be awarded a place at the Eastman Dental Institute in London to study full-time for an MSc in Conservative Dentistry. Graduation in 2007 was followed by a spell in Harley Street before moving west to be a part of the team at Bryer Wallace. Training never stops and Paul continues to update and maintain his knowledge with regular postgraduate courses.
Out of work Paul continues his life long pursuit of professional golf, or indeed any sport.
Paul is happy to provide general and advanced treatments including implant supported restorations.
B. Dent. Sc. TCD
Alan qualified from Dental School in Trinity College Dublin in 2000. He moved to London shortly after qualifying and practised in Surrey for the past twelve years prior to joining the team at Bryer Wallace. During that time he has enjoyed providing quality dentistry for his patients in a friendly and warm environment.
Alan is regularly updating his professional knowledge and is able to provide the ever widening portfolio of treatment that modern aesthetic dentistry demands, including veneers, complex restorative cases, the latest in white crown technology and all aspects of implant dentistry.
Alan completed a two year programme in implant dentistry in 2009 through Perio implant Europe which involved multiple trips abroad to learn about all aspects of implant surgery and restoring complex cases.
Alan is married to Scelina and has a one year old son. At the weekends Alan loves relaxing with his family. He still enjoys playing Saturday league football and when time permits he really enjoys a round of golf.