“I feel extremely lucky to be able to combine my dental career with my passion for sport. I have treated and managed the most complex and challenging trauma / Endodontic cases on professional athletes to get them back competing again. This has given me a huge amount of experience as well as job satisfaction”

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Lyndon graduated from the University of Wales Institute Cardiff in 2000 with a degree in Dental Technology and then from Cardiff Dental School in 2005. He completed the MJDF examination at the Royal College of Surgeons of England in 2009. He went on to further his Endodontic studies by gaining a Masters in Clinical Endodontics from The University of South Wales in 2015. In 2019 he successfully gained his Membership in Endodontics at the Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh and was subsequently admitted onto the General Dental Council specialist register.

Before becoming a specialist, Lyndon worked for many years in general practice undertaking NHS and private care in South Wales. He worked as a staff grade in Restorative Dentistry at Morriston Hospital, Swansea, and went on to develop the departmental role of speciality dentist in Endodontics. He broadened his endodontic experience by working at the prestigious department of Dental Traumatology and Endodontics at Kings College Dental Hospital London. In both hospital roles, Lyndon provided treatment on referral to patients requiring complex Endodontic and Dental Trauma care.

Lyndon is currently a Postgraduate Clinical Lecturer and examiner in Endodontics at Cardiff University Dental School and visiting lecturer at UCL Eastman London. He also works in private practice in South Wales carrying out Endodontic treatment on referral from general practitioners.

Lyndon’s clinical and research interests include immediate management and subsequent Endodontic rehabilitation of teeth, following traumatic injuries. He also has a keen interest in sports dentistry.

He has several journal and textbook publications and lectures nationally. Within his clinical interest Lyndon was proud to have been a council member of the UK faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine and Dental Trauma UK. He contributed and helped develop several policies and position statements regarding Oral Health and Dental Trauma within sport.

Lyndon provides advice on Dental trauma to the England and Wales cricket board, and played his part in providing Dental treatment in the athlete’s village polyclinic during the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic games. He was honoured to be the pitch side Dentist as part of the medical team for Rugby World Cup 2015 and the Champions League final in 2017.

Currently on match days, Lyndon can be found as part of the medical team pitch-side providing immediate care and advice on dental trauma to the senior squads and opposing teams with the Welsh Football Association, Welsh Rugby Union and Cardiff City FC.

Lyndon has extensive experience in accepting and managing complex Endodontic referrals under operating microscope. He is happy to accept and discuss any referral cases.

Lyndon feels lucky to be able to combine his passion for sport with his work. In his spare time, he enjoys keeping fit and travelling far and wide with his young family.