GDC NO. 208972

Lic Odont (Barcelona). Master Clinical Dentistry (Periodontics) (Eastman Dental Inst., UCL), Master Restorative Dentistry (Royal College of Surgeons London), Master Restorative Dentistry (Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh)

Estela qualified from the University of Barcelona in 2010. During this time, she was exposed to different specialties including oral surgery, periodontics and prosthodontics.

To expand on her knowledge and experience, Estela then completed the 3 year Pan-European accreditation programme (with Merit) at the Eastman Dental Hospital in 2020, and went on to qualify for membership in both The Royal College of Surgeons (London) and The Royal College of Surgeons (Edinburgh) in 2021.

Like our other 2 clinicians, she is also registered as a specialist periodontist with the GDC. Estela is accredited and registered as a member of the EFP Alumni. Her academic teaching roles include Clinical Lecturer (UCL) Eastman Dental Hospital,  Clinical lecturer for the Master of Science programme in Dental Implantology at University of Bristol  and Co-Director of the Richmond Study Club for the International Team of Implantology.

Training From World-Renowned


This extensive training has enabled me to provide state of the art treatments at the highest skill level. I am therefore able to offer patients the full range of periodontal treatment options available, based on their individual needs. Such treatments include non-surgical treatment, several types of surgical procedures including bone regeneration surgery and soft tissue grafting for the treatment of recession as well as teeth replacements via dental implants.

Estela has also been trained to use magnification and acknowledges the greatly improved outcomes that minimally invasive treatment techniques can provide for her patients.  She continues to develop her professional knowledge and enjoys teaching and supporting young dentists and hygienists through their training at the UCL Eastman Dental Institute.   Treatment and management of periodontal disease is a journey. Her approach is first to listen to her patients and try to understand their concerns. From there she can develop a comprehensive treatment plan that is tailored  specifically to their needs.