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Dedication, commitment and experience

As the lead consultant in orthodontics at the Queen Victoria Hospital NHS Trust, DR LINDSAY WINCHESTER’S work involves orthognathic surgery, children’s orthodontics, sleep apneoa, teaching and much more. We speak to her about the importance of rigorously thorough diagnosis and treatment planning and really listening to patient concerns


Dr Lindsay Winchester

Qualifications: BDS (Hons), LDSRCS(Eng), FDSRCS (Eng), FDSRCS (Ed), MSc (Hons), D OrthRCS(Eng), MOrthRCS(Eng), FDTFEd

Position: Lead consultant in orthodontics Queen Victoria Hospital NHS Trust

Dental interests: Orthodontics for adults and children, orthognathic surgery, management of sleep apnoea and snoring

Interest out of dentistry: Friends and family, travel, cooking, theatre, walking, golf

Can you tell us a bit about your background?

LW: I grew up in the beautiful county of Dorset where I went to school. I studied dentistry at Guy’s Hospital and then had a very broad general professional training working initially in community, followed by hospital posts in maxillofacial surgery, oral medicine, prosthetics, restorative dentistry, periodontology and paediatric dentistry. I completed my postgraduate orthodontic training at the Eastman Dental Hospital whilst also working evenings and weekends in general practice in Blackheath. I then returned to my alma mater as a lecturer in orthodontics, involved in undergraduate and postgraduate teaching. I have been a consultant at Queen Victoria Hospital (QVH) in East Grinstead for the last 25 years, where I have developed a particular interest in orthognathic surgery, sleep apnoea and the management of complex cases in both children and adults.

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