B. Ch.D (U.Leeds)
Sue Braun qualified from Leeds University in 1997 and was awarded The Charles Rippon Medal for most distinguished student of the year. In 2006 Sue also gained a Diploma in Postgraduate Dental Studies from Bristol University.
After gaining an Award in Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong learning Sector from Milton Keynes College in 2009, Sue leads in the delivery of staff training at the practice.
A member of The British Dental Association, Sue regularly attends courses and seminars as part of her continuing professional development (CPD) and desire to practice evidence based dentistry. She is registered with the General Dental Council (73552).
Following graduation Sue worked in dental practices in Wellingborough, Madrid and Northampton before having the opportunity to join Wilson House in 2000. She was invited to join the partnership in 2004 and accepted without hesitation.
Sue enjoys all aspect of general dentistry but is particularly interested in prevention and minimal intervention. By arming the patient with the information to care for their teeth and gums, development of further disease can be reduced.
Minimal intervention dentistry includes altering the appearance of misshapen or worn teeth by adding white filling material, sometimes without the need for local anaesthetic or drilling.
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