Professor Andrew Eder

BDS, MSc, LDS, MFGDP, MRD, FDS, FHEA

Professor Andrew Eder

Andrew Eder has been in Private Practice since qualifying from King's College London in 1986 and is recognised by the General Dental Council as a Specialist in Restorative Dentistry and Prosthodontics (registration number 61851).

Andrew also has an academic career and is Professor and Consultant in Restorative Dentistry at the UCL Eastman Dental Institute and Pro-Vice-Provost at UCL with responsibility for short courses and professional development in all disciplines across UCL.

In recognition of his various professional, charitable and communal roles and contributions, Andrew has received honorary fellowships and degrees as well as awards for teaching and learning and has entries in both Who's Who and Debrett's People of Today.

Andrew is regularly mentioned in the press. Please click the date links to read the various articles.

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Some past and present appointments include:

  • Clinical Director, Specialist Dental Care
  • Professor of Restorative Dentistry, UCL Eastman
  • Honorary Consultant in Restorative Dentistry, UCLH
  • Specialist, Restorative Dentistry and Prosthodontics
  • Pro-Vice-Provost and Director of Life Learning, UCL
  • Associate Dean, School of Medical Sciences, UCL
  • Director of Education and CPD, UCL Eastman
  • Postgraduate Teacher and Examiner, UCL Eastman
  • Specialty Examiner, Royal College of Surgeons
  • President and Trust Chairman, Alpha Omega Dental
  • President, British Society for Restorative Dentistry
  • Dental President, The Royal Society of Medicine
  • Trustee, Eastman Foundation for Oral Research
  • Editorial Advisory Board, British Dental Journal

As Co-Editor of the British Dental Journal book on Tooth Surface Loss, Andrew has a special interest in the aetiology and management of patients with tooth wear and is also Clinical Director of the London Tooth Wear Centre®.

Toothwear book

In contrast to tooth decay and gum disease, an increasingly common problem is teeth which simply wear down or dissolve away to varying extents as time passes.

As a result of one or more of the following causes, teeth may become short and unattractive as well as rough or sensitive:

  • Abrasion – excessive rubbing of enamel and dentine from, for example, tooth brushing or porcelain crowns
  • Attrition – through tooth grinding and clenching which normally occurs at night
  • Erosion – from eating acidic foods and drinks or having stomach acid problems

An early diagnosis is essential so that prevention rather than more complex treatment can be provided to maintain satisfactory function and a pleasing appearance.

We look forward to helping and advising you with regard to this increasingly common problem.


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