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ruth@endomon.co.uk

About

In Surgery Ruth graduated from Liverpool Dental School in 2007. She completed her Vocational Training in Wrexham, and then went on to complete a 12 month General Professional Training post with North Wales Community Dental Service (NWCDS).

Ruth Williams

Experience was gained in treating children, patients with complex medical and social histories, sedation and general anaesthesia cases as well as cases within the hospital oral surgery department. On completion of this training post she remained working for NWCDS providing general dental treatment for NHS patients at the Health Centre in Bethesda. Simultaneously she spent 2 years working for the north wales emergency dental services.

In 2014 she completed a 12 month restorative dentistry training course and following this went on to start a Masters in Endodontics, as part of which, she is currently writing her dissertation describing her research into the activation of irrigants during endodontic treatment. In 2017 she undertook a clinical attachment with the former Restorative Consultant and specialist in endodontics who proceeded to refer cases to her.

She has undertaken several short courses in endodontics including shadowing specialist endodontists Dr Mark Hunter, president of the British Endodontic society and Dr Sanjeev Bhanderi, president elect of the British endodontic society. She has decided to limit her practice to endodontics so that she can strengthen her career in this speciality area of dentistry which she finds both stimulating and rewarding. She spends part of her time taking endodontic referrals with the NWCDS and now is delighted to be able to offer her services on a private basis at E N D O M ô N.

Out of surgery, Ruth loves running and is a member of the local fell running club, Eryri Harriers. She also enjoys yoga and practices meditation which nicely balances out the hectic side of her life, being a mum to three children all of which are still at primary school and chasing after two dogs!