Dr Neeshita Ruparel qualified from the School of Dentistry at the University of Birmingham in 2012. After completing her Dental degree, Neeshita returned to London to complete her vocational training at a dental practice in Croydon. In 2013, Neeshita joined Europe’s largest dental care provider as an Associate Dentist, and has since been providing her expertise to patients in two of their dental practices. Neeshita continues to work for Europe’s largest dental care provider on a part time basis, and in 2016 joined Thames Street Dental to bring her dentistry skills and experience to Kingston-upon-Thames.
Neeshita is dedicated to providing the friendliest and highest level of care for all her patients in a relaxed environment. She appreciates the importance of keeping dental surgery skills up to date and understands the benefit those skills have on her patients, so she regularly attends additional training courses to expand and advance her knowledge and skills. She has a modern and progressive outlook on dentistry, which is why her main focus is on prevention and patient education.
Neeshita finds her most rewarding work is when she can take a very nervous and dental phobic patient through a course of dental treatment successfully whilst being able to turn their negative feelings and experience toward dentistry into a positive one. Neeshita has developed a keen interest in delivering cosmetic orthodontic treatment and is a provider of the Inman Aligner™, and also provides anti-ageing and anti-wrinkle treatments.
In her spare time, Neeshita enjoys relaxing with friends and family, eating out and watching movies. She is also a keen traveller and enjoys experiencing different cultures and foods.