dr paul ashley
- CH 33
- UCL Eastman Dental Institute
- 256 Gray's Inn Rd
- WC1X 8LD
- Senior Clinical Lecturer (Honorary NHS Consultant)
- EDI Craniofacial & Development Sci
- Eastman Dental Institute
Dr Ashley works closely with Dr Anne Young supporting her work on the development of novel materials for dental restoration. He is also working with Professor Ian Needleman on the relationship between Oral health and Sport.
He has an interest in evidence based dentistry and the management of pain and anxiety in children.
- Re-mineralising, antibacterial composites and adhesives for more durable, conservative and pain less tooth restoration
Monocalcium Phosphate Induces greater Hydroxyapatite Mineral Formation than Tricalcium Phosphate on Dental Composites Containing epsilon-poly-L-lysine
Sedation versus general anaesthesia for provision of dental treatment to patients younger than 18 years
Oral health screening should be routine in professional football: a call to action for sports and exercise medicine (SEM) clinicians.
Quantifying effects of interactions between polyacrylic acid and chlorhexidine in dicalcium phosphate-forming cements
An in vivo and in vitro investigation of the use of ICDAS, DIAGNOdent pen and CarieScan PRO for the detection and assessment of occlusal caries in primary molar teeth
1997PhDDoctor of PhilosophyUniversity of Manchester
1993FDSFellow of Dental SurgeryRoyal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh
1991BDSBachelor of Dental SurgeryUniversity of Manchester
Dr Ashley qualified with BDS in Manchester in 1991 and completed his PhD in Caries Diagnosis in 1997 at the same university. He has been working at the UCL Eastman Dental Institute since 1998 where he now runs the Professional Doctorate in Paediatric Dentistry and is deputy programme director for the MSc in Paediatric Dentistry.
- Clinical Research
- Dental anomalies
- Oral Disease
- Oral health
- Oral microflora
- Systematic review
- Use of sedation in Children
- dental materials
- dr dave spratt
- prof anne young
- dr laurent bozec
- dr lambis petridis