Gursharan qualified at St Bartholomew’s and The Royal London Hospitals’ School of Medicine and Dentistry in 1998 and undertook three years of orthodontic specialist training at Guy’s & Kings Hospitals from 2001 to 2004. This was followed by a further two years of senior registrar training at the Royal Surrey and Eastman Dental Hospitals to accredit as an NHS Consultant. Gursharan has been working as an NHS Consultant Orthodontist at the Royal Surrey County Hospital Foundation Trust since 2007. She also holds a degree in Psychology, an area in which she holds a special interest.
Gursharan has been an Orthodontic specialist for over 14 years and has treated many adults and children, from cases requiring simple alignment to severe jaw discrepancies requiring more complex care. She is keen to use the latest materials and techniques, keeping up to date with innovations and evidence based research. Her personal commitment is to provide high quality care for all her patients in a relaxed and friendly environment. Gursharan is involved in teaching, training and examining orthodontic trainees and supervising their research component.
Outside of work she is a keen runner and loves trekking and travelling. She has completed a number of marathons and trekked to the Uhuru summit on Mount Kilimanjaro & reached Everest Base Camp, in aid of charity. She has also worked as a volunteer Dentist in Romania and as part of a scientific expedition to Mongolia. Gursharan regularly practices Asthanga yoga, which balances her passion for a practice requiring stamina as well as achieving peace of mind. Gursharan is a trustee for The Water Tap Foundation, a UK registered charity, with projects currently focused in Malawi.Back to Team Page