Jack graduated with honours and distinctions (as well as the 3M Prize in Orthodontics) from Liverpool University in 2011. He then went on to complete the MFDS at the Royal College of Surgeons (Edinburgh) in 2013, and in the same year took a Certificate in Conscious Sedation.
He graduated with a Masters Degree in Restorative and Aesthetic Dentistry from the University of Manchester in 2016, with a distinction and an award for being the highest achiever in the clinical cases component of the course.
Jack worked as a General Professional Trainee at Newcastle Dental Hospital, gaining experience within all dental specialities. He has held a number of posts as a general dentist in the UK, as well as working further afield in Amsterdam for 18 months. He has also held a number of positions in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and is currently a Speciality Doctor at James Cook University Hospital where he is involved in the management of both head and neck trauma, and cancer.
He has a special interest in the management of patients with tooth wear and the restoration of function and aesthetics, whether using simple fillings, removable dentures, or delivering advanced restorative treatment, involving crowns, bridges and the restoration of dental implants.
Jack finds the most rewarding thing about being a dentist is the way he can make a real difference, whether helping a very anxious patient who requires a simple procedure or carrying out extensive treatment. As a dentist, Jack is able to guide the patient through each step of the journey and deliver treatment to the best of his ability, using the most advanced methods.
Jack lives in Tynemouth with his wife and, when not hard at work, they enjoy walks along the coast and sampling local restaurants and cafes. Jack is a keen golfer and a member of Whitley Bay Golf Club. He also enjoys playing guitar with various bands and has been featured on BBC Radio 6 and BBC Radio Newcastle.