Shirley Cox - BDS(Hons) FDSRCS(Eng) MSc MOrthRCS(Eng) FDSOrthRCS(Eng) GDC Reg. 68425

Shirley qualified in Dentistry from The Royal London Hospital in 1992. She began her orthodontic training at St Bartholomew’s (Bart’s) and The London Trust in 1997. She achieved her MOrth specialist qualification in Orthodontics in 2000 and after qualifying, Shirley was awarded the Houston Research Scholarship and spent a year at the University of North Carolina in 2001.

She then undertook further orthodontic consultant training at Bart’s and The London NHS Trust and gained valuable experience in treating patients requiring multidisciplinary care. Shirley was appointed as Consultant Orthodontist at Bart’s Health Trust in 2004.

Shirley Cox BDS(Hons) FDSRCS(Eng) MSc MOrthRCS(Eng) FDSOrthRCS(Eng) GDC Reg. 68425

She joined Hospital Lane in April 2006 where her wide experience as an Orthodontic consultant and clinical lecturer, coupled with the very latest treatments available at Hospital Lane, enable her to treat adult and child patients who have complex needs and to improve both the appearance and the function of their teeth.

Shirley has been providing more and more Invisalign treatments in recent years and has become an accredited Platinum Specialist Orthodontic provider for both Adults and Teens. Her patients particularly like the ClinCheck virtual 3D treatment plan which shows the series of movements teeth are projected to go through over the course of treatment. This enables patients to see what their new smile is expected to look like when the treatment is completed.

Shirley is actively involved in the training of Dentists and Orthodontists and is a member of The British Orthodontic Society, The European Orthodontic Society and the British Lingual Orthodontic Society.

Clinic Times

– Monday 12.30 pm to 7.45 pm
 
As a dental consultant and clinical lecturer, coupled with the very latest treatments available at Hospital Lane, Shirley is able to treat adult and child patients who have complex needs, and to improve both the appearance and the function of their teeth.