Reena joined Marsh House Orthodontic Practice in 2016, she graduated as a dentist with honours from the University of Manchester. As well as attaining a distinction in the final examinations, she was also awarded the Charles Preston Prize and medal, given to the most outstanding dentist to qualify that year.
With her desire to be a Specialist Orthodontist she continued her training at Guys Hospital in Paediatric dentistry and Oral surgery. During this time she also completed her MJDF qualification at the Royal College of Surgeons, London. She continued her training as a Senior House Officer in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at Queens’s medical centre in Nottingham.
In 2013 she started her specialist training in Orthodontics at Kings College Hospital. On completion, she graduated with a Merit in her Masters of Science degree and was awarded a Membership in orthodontics from the Royal College of surgeons of Edinburgh.
She has since published her research in the International Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial surgery and was shortlisted as a finalist for both Best Young Dentist award and the Aesthetic Dentistry awards. She is an active member of the British Orthodontic Society and is a certified practitioner in Invisalign and Lingual orthodontics.