Dr Mark Hughes has gained a world-renowned reputation as a cosmetic dentist and business owner at Harley Street Dental Studio, in the heart of cosmopolitan London. His practice is one of the UK’s most reputable and well know centres of excellence.
Mark gained his dental qualification at the highly respected Trinity College in Dublin. He completed the Diploma in Restorative Dentistry and the prestigious Eastman Dental Institute. Dr Hughes has travelled extensively worldwide to further his dental education most notably in the United States and is an Accreditation Candidate for both the American & British Academies of Cosmetic Dentistry.
He is an alumnus of the Pankey Institute and his own philosophy of practice was further developed and took flight during his time at the Institute.
Harley Street Dental Studio was founded in 2003 and has undergone quite dramatic expansion in that time, now occupying it’s own 4,000 sq ft listed building on the world famous Harley Street. The philosophy of the practice is based on forming lasting bonds with patients where there is absolute trust between patient and dentist. Patients come from all over the world for treatment as well as from the wide range of nationalities living and working in London. The practice attracts royalty, political leaders and celebrities as their clients, whilst respecting their privacy and discretion at all times.
Harley Street Dental Group was founded in 2008 and has expanded to multiple practice sites in and around the London area, where the philosophy of dental excellence and wonderful customer service continues.
Dr Hughes now lectures widely on practice development and is a founding director of the Dentex Healthcare Group which specialises in co-ownership and helping dentists to grow their businesses. He has been on television many times and in the wider media as a spokesperson for dental excellence.
“The $6 million dollar practice” – How Pankey showed me the way
What you will learn:
The Pillars of practice success
How Pankey helped me achieve my dream.
How to “Road map” your development.
4 key things to take away and implement on Monday