Dr Mo Boga qualified as a dental surgeon in 2007 from Barts and The Royal London before starting work in North Essex for five years as a general practitioner. He is committed to postgraduate education and completed the membership diploma (MJDF) for the Royal College of Surgeons Dental Faculty in 2009. Further interest in restorative and aesthetic dentistry lead him to pursue and complete a one year part-time certificate programme in restorative dentistry at the Eastman Dental Institute (UCL) in 2011. In 2012 he went on to undertake a year long full-time Masters degree (MSc) in Conservative Dentistry at the world renowned Eastman Dental Hospital which was awarded with distinction. Mo also won the post-graduate prize for clinical and academic excellence. Mo has previously been an educational supervisor for newly qualified dentists. Since 2017 he has been part of the teaching faculty for Health Education England and provides lectures and hands-on training to dentists in London, Kent and Sussex. Mo's particular areas of interest are in aesthetic restorative dentistry and implant prosthodontics. He also takes referrals from other dentists for the treatment of the worn down or damaged teeth. As well as this, he is a certified Invisalign provider for patients looking to improve their smile through aligner therapy.