Dr Amarjit Khambay is a dentist by profession and manages The White House Dental Practice which is one of the largest NHS based dental practices that includes a specialist service for the treatment of dental phobics. His contribution to the Dentistry profession has been rewarded in numerous ways.
Amarjit is the only Honorary Life Member of the Anglo-Asian odontological Group (which established the National Centre for Transcultural Oral Health) which he founded as an undergraduate. Amarjit was awarded the Diploma in General Dental Practice by election by the Faculty of General Dental Practitioners at the Royal College of Surgeons of England.
Amarjit has supported numerous charitable activities and contributed generously to community causes. He has also nurtured many young people though personal sponsorship to achieve their full potential. He is also a Trustee for the Drug and Alcohol Action Programme (DAAP), a registered charity, whose aim is to empower communities against addiction.
Amarjit is a highly respected member of the Asian and business communities in the UK.
Dr Khambay qualified in 1984 from the Royal London Hospital and joined the White House Dental Practice in 1988. Her special interests are in endodontics and cosmetic dentistry. She is currently attending courses on bleaching and periodontics as well as looking into starting an MSc in periodontics.
In her spare time she raises three children and enjoys sports and reading.