Chelmsford NHS Dentist.  Goodleigh Dental Practice


Oral Surgeon

Dr Adil Kahlil BDS(Hons), Baq,2004 MClinDent in Periodontology, Lond.2007)

Dr Adil Kahlil graduated from the Baqai Medical University, Pakistan in 2004. he obtained 1st position in his University. after one year Dental House officer training and a short spell in a private practice, he moved to the UK. here he embarked on the specicalist training at the prestigious Barts and the London, Queen Marys University, after he has successfully completed his 2-year full-time MClinDent course in Periodontology and he was offered one year course in Implantology and further training in field of periodontology in a third complementary year at the same university. over these years of clinical training he has managed to develop a portfolio of several interesting complicated periodontal and implant cases.

Dr Khalil is also working as a clinical supervisor(periodontology) of the 2nd,3rd,and 4th year undergraduate dental students at the Barts and the London since sept 07. in addition, he is also a clinical supervisor at Kings College London and works as Private Periodontist in several different private practices. he is a valuable member of our staff and he is committed to provision of high quality periodontal and implant therapy, including the lastest techniques of bone and soft tissue grafting.


Chelmsford NHS Dentist

A periodontist is a dentist who has completed a university post-graduate specialty program in periodontics.
Periodontics is a specialty of dentistry that deals with the maintenance of health and the diagnosis and treatment of gum disease, as well as the placement of dental implants.
Periodontal specialty programs are an additional two to three years in duration following graduation from the four year dental school program.
Periodontitis, like any other chronic disease (i.e. heart disease), will progress if untreated or inadequately treated. Moreover, it will recur if given the chance. Thus, it is very important to complete all the steps of the recommended treatment, from beginning to end.
The goals of the treatment are to control the cause (bacterial plaque) and the risk factors, repair the damage present (pockets) and restore and maintain a healthy environment.
In order to attain these objectives, there are five main steps:

Periodontal Process

Before Treatment


After Treatment



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