Andrew qualified from the University of Liverpool in 2006, winning the Malcolm Foster silver medal for the best undergraduate research project in his year.
After a year in general dental practice, he returned to the hospital service working in dental rotations which involved oral surgery, special care and paediatric dentistry.
From 2008, he spent two years as a maxillofacial senior house officer moving around the Merseyside region, caring for patients with head and neck cancer and skeletal abnormalities.
From 2010 to 2015 he completed his specialist and consultant orthodontic training at the Charles Clifford Dental Hospital in Sheffield and the Royal Chesterfield Hospital. He was appointed as a consultant orthodontist for Nottingham University Hospitals in 2016.
Andrew’s research interests lie in the field of orthognathic surgery and patient-centred research. He was involved in the design of the UK’s first web resource for orthognathic patients, produced by the British Orthodontic Society.
In addition to his role as consultant he lectures to undergraduates and postgraduates, is a reviewer for orthodontic journals and has recently been appointed examiner for the Royal College of Surgeons.
As a consultant level specialist, Andrew is able to treat a wide range of malocclusions using a number of different treatment methods.
Andrew is married with 2 young children. Outside of Dentistry he enjoys watching rugby, keeping fit through running, and cooking good food for family and friends.