DR ROBERT WELD-MOORE
MFDS (Royal College of Surgeons, Ireland), D.Ch.Dent (Oral Surgery)(Trinity College)
Dr Robert Weld-Moore graduated from Trinity College, Dublin in 2003 and worked in general dental practices in both Ireland and the UK. In 2006 he returned to the Dublin Dental Hospital and worked as a Senior House Officer, and during this time was awarded his Membership to the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (MFDS). Dr Weld-Moore then moved to the UK in 2008 where he worked in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery in King’s College Hospital, and then as a staff-grade oral surgeon in the world-renowned maxillofacial department in Queen Victoria Hospital in East Grinstead.
In 2015, he commenced his specialist training in oral surgery and in 2018 he completed his Clinical Doctorate in Oral Surgery (D.Ch.Dent) from Trinity College Dublin. His thesis was on the effect of osteoporosis on the bones of the face. He has written articles for a number of journals including the British Dental Journal.
Dr Weld-Moore likes to keep up-to-date with professional developments in order to keep at the forefront of oral surgery. He is a member of the British Association of Oral Surgeons (BAOS) and attends the annual BAOS conference. He likes to treat patients with compassion and respect, and particularly enjoys treating nervous patients.
Rob enjoys the lifestyle that New South Wales, Australia has to offer. At weekends he can be found in the water surfing.