Paul Cassar qualified from Guys Hospital, London in 1987, having previously completed a degree in Biology at Kings College. After qualifying Paul was a House Surgeon at Guys, a Senior House Surgeon at Orpington and Bromley Hospital. Paul then entered General practice in Havant and Portsmouth before taking over Grange Dental Surgery from his predecessor Mr Frank Grainger in 1993.
Paul is committed to continual investment in the practice equipment and has a most technically advanced surgery. Paul specialises in root canal therapy. He was one of the first general practitioners in the UK to own a Zeiss Microscope and has continued to use magnification to help all aspects of surgery. Paul has great enthusiasm for dentistry and is also very keen on cosmetic aspects of dentistry and has embraced the Zoom Whitening bleaching system. Although working privately, Paul offers the highest standard of modern non invasive preventative practice. He can also use air abrasion techniques instead of using the dental drill in certain situations.
Paul is married to Wendy and they have three children. He enjoys sailing and tennis. Paul is a trustee of International Animal Rescue, which helps suffering animals anywhere in the world and work to eradicate practices such as Bear Dancing in India. Paul and his Veterinary colleague Lisa Milella work together to provide dental care to bears, tigers and other animals. Amongst other charity work, in 2008 Paul travelled to a remote region of the Ukraine on a church run dental mission, where he and his team spent five days treating 200 people, who do not have access to modern dental services.