Emily Hall is a Clinical Lecturer and registered Specialist in Orthodontics and divides her time between teaching undergraduate Orthodontics and treating patients in two busy practices. She is an associate of the Higher Education Academy and enjoys the challenges that teaching brings.Working in two busy practice allows her to share contemporary orthodontic techniques with undergraduates, to aid their learning experience.
Over the years she has been awarded 3 research grants, and has enjoyed a research sabbatical at ZMK, The University of Bern,allowing her to carry out work in the field of tissue injury and repair.
Clinical Lecturer in Orthodontics.
Registered Specialist Orthodontist (GDC number 85538)
M.Orth, Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh 2011.
Associate of the Higher Education Academy 2010.
M.F.D.S, Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh 2007.
B.D.S, University of Birmingham, 2005.
Emily grew up in Newcastle-under-Lyme, attending Newcastle-under-Lyme School before undertaking her undergraduate training in Dentistry at the University of Birmingham, graduating in 2005. During her time at the University she was awarded The British Society of Paediatric Dentistry (West Midlands Group) Special Needs prize. The Christopher Gait prize in Orthodontics, a certificate of Merit in Oral Surgery and Local Anaesthesia, a Dental Protection Undergraduate Student Elective Scholarship and a Dental Protection Student Elective Protocol prize. She subsequently completed a year of vocational training at the Shelton Dental Centre, Stoke-on-Trent, within the West Midlands Scheme. Following completion of her vocational training she took up a post as a Senior House Officer in Maxillofacial surgery at the Worcester Royal Infirmary,rotating between the Worcester Royal, Princess Alexandra, Kidderminster District, Evesham County and Hereford County Hospitals. In this time she completed parts A and B of her MFDS. In 2007 she returned to Birmingham Dental Hospital as a Senior House Officer in Paediatrics and was awarded her MFDS by the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, before being appointed to the post of Clinical Lecturer in Orthodontics, commencing in 2008. She became an Associate of the higher Education Academy in 2010. Following her specialist training she attained her MOrth in 2011, and is now a registered Specialist in Orthodontics.
She has presented at both local and national levels on many occasions, and in 2009 became the youngest person to date to be awarded the British Orthodontic Society Foundation award to further her research. In addition she has been a recipient of the Geoffrey Fletcher Scholarship from the British Orthodontic Society which, together with a College MDS travel grant, allowed her to work with an internationally recognized research team at ZMK,The University of Bern in 2012. She successfully completed a Masters thesis titled “The effects of orthodontic force application upon the tissues of the human dental pulp” in 2013.
She now splits her time between The University of Birmingham where she enjoys teaching undergraduates, and JDRM Dental Care in Coalville, where she treats a variety of orthodontic patients. She is also a co-owner of Good Smiles Dental in Nottinghamshire, where she treats patients on a private basis.
Emily has recently completed a Masters thesis titled “The effects of orthodontic force application upon the tissues of the human dental pulp” in 2013. This research was undertaken within the field of tissue injury and repair. She previously examined the effects of force application on teeth using a rat organ culture model; work which led into a controlled clinical trial to examine the effects of orthodontic forces upon human pulp tissue in-vivo. The work was undertaken with funding obtained through 3 separate grants, and the analysis of the clinical trial material was performed in Switzerland, through a collaboration with ZMK, The University of Bern. She has presented her work as an invited speaker at both local and national meetings.
The effects oforthodontic force application upon the tissues of the human dental pulp. Hall,Emily (2013) M.Phil. thesis, University of Birmingham.
Common things are common: A case series of oral foreign bodies in paediatric patients. Dent Update. 2009; 36:53-58.
Common things are common. Bhujel N, Gale S, Hall E,Mckaig S. Int J Paed Dent. 2008;18 (suppl. 1):17.The diagnostic value of clinical photographs taken by patients.
Hanu-Cernat LM, Hall E, Barnard NA. Br J Oral Maxillofac Surg. 2008; Sep 2. Hanu-Cernat LM, Hall E, Barnard NA. Br J Oral Maxillofac Surg. 2008; Sep 2