Mr Bhatti qualified in dentistry in 2002, at the Royal London Hospital, before gaining experience in general practice and as a hospital oral surgeon.
The natural ability he showed for surgery led him to qualify in medicine at Kings college Hospital London. Core surgical training came next, followed by higher training in oral & maxillofacial surgery.
This took place on rotation, at University College London Hospital, Great Ormond Street and Barts. A connection Mr Bhatti maintained, now working as a consultant at the Royal London Hospital, part of Barts NHS trust.
His private practice is also London based, at our Harley Street clinic. We are pleased to have our patients access his wide skills and knowledge, which are respected throughout the medical community.
Mr Bhatti is an Honorary Senior Lecturer at Queen Mary University of London and lead examiner on the Craniofacial Trauma MSc. Helping the next generation of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons to support their patients.
Contributions he makes to research on acute and chronic jaw joint trauma are valuable to colleagues. His experience of trauma management is of significant benefit to patients at our clinic.
Whether Mr Bhatti is treating serious injury, or a more minor need, his thoroughness of approach ensures they receive the best possible treatment.
Of equal importance to him is the way this treatment is delivered. Mr Bhatti’s broad experience has reinforced his belief that every patient should be treated as unique, because their case always is.