Dipita Moorjani qualified from the University of Birmingham in 2013 and completed her foundation year with the East of England Deanery. Following this, she worked as a Senior House Officer in Oral and Maxillofacial surgery at the Harlow hospital and completed her MFDS Membership of the Faculty of Dental Surgery (RCS Edinburgh). She subsequently worked for four years as a general dental practitioner.
Dipita decided to pursue her interest in root canal treatment and has completed her master’s degree in Endodontics at the world-renowned UCL Eastman Dental institute in London. She subsequently passed the Membership in Endodontics examination from both the Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh and England. She now specialises in root canal treatments and retreatments, and accepts referrals from other general dental practitioners for more complex root canal treatment needs. She is a member of British Endodontic Society as well as the Langham Endodontic Study group.
Dipita has a strong work ethic and takes a patient-centred approach. She finds it most rewarding to help patients overcome their anxiety associated with root canal treatments, assisting patients to retain their teeth for as long as possible.
Dipita spends her free time trying out new restaurants with friends and family and exploring the world.