Stephen Taylor

Specialist in Oral Surgery (GDC Reg No. 50619) MSc BDS FDS RCSEd MSurgDent RCSEd

Stephen qualified from Guy's Hospital Dental School in 1976 and whilst still a student, was commissioned by the Royal Navy. On qualifying he remained at Guy's Hospital for six months undertaking a House Officers position in Oral Surgery. 

The next 18 years were spent in the Royal Naval Dental Service which saw appointments at all three Naval Hospitals, namely Plymouth, Haslar (Gosport) and Gibraltar.  In 1987 he returned to Guy's Hospital to study a Masters of Science Degree in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and graduated with distinction in October 1988.

In 1995, on leaving the Royal Navy, he joined the National Health Service and was appointed to the Maxillofacial Unit at Queen Alexandra Hospital, Portsmouth.  In addition to undergraduate and postgraduate degrees, Stephen is also a Fellow in Dental Surgery at the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh and holds a membership to the recently designed diploma in surgical dentistry. He is an expert in implant placement and bone grafting, averaging in excess of 500 implant cases a year.

On qualifying he remained at Guy's Hospital for 6 months undertaking a House Officers position in Oral Surgery. The next 18 years were spent in the Royal Naval Dental Service which saw appointments at all three Naval Hospitals, namely Plymouth, Haslar (Gosport) and Gibraltar.

In 1987 he returned to Guy's Hospital to study a Masters of Science Degree in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and graduated with distinction in October 1988. In 1995, on leaving the Royal Navy, he joined the National Health Service and was appointed to the Maxillofacial Unit at Queen Alexandra Hospital, Portsmouth.

In addition to undergraduate and postgraduate degrees, Stephen is also a Fellow in Dental Surgery at the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh and holds a membership to the recently designed diploma in surgical dentistry. He is an expert in implant placement and bone grafting, averaging in excess of 500 implant cases a year.