Dentistry Top 50 – last week!

Nominations are pouring in for the Dentistry Top 50 2013.

Now in its eigth year, the readers of Dentistry and visitors to are voting for the people in the UK dental profession who they feel are the most influential.

This year is slightly different, instead of selecting 10 people you are invited to pick your top 5. You may wish to vote for your boss, a valued team member, respected academics, prominent association leaders, important political figures, astute media analysts, it’s entirely up to you.

Once all the votes are in, we’ll count them up and then reveal the 50 people who received the most nominations.

Last year, well-known cosmetic dentist James Goolnik made in two in a row! The former president of the British Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and principal of the much-heralded Bow Lane Dental Group, was your number one. But who will it be in 2013? Will James hold on to his title or will we see a new face at the top of the list? The ladies have been making their way towards the leading position, will 2013 see our first female crowned at the number one spot?

It’s up to YOU
As in previous years, we have provided a list of suggested names you may want to consider when deciding who gets your vote. This is just to get your imagination going, as always, this poll is about voting for those who inspire you, whether they’re on the list or not.

This poll is open to all readers of Dentistry magazine and users of You can vote by clicking here.

The deadline for all votes is Friday 8 March 2013. No votes received after this date, either postal or online, will be counted.

Last year we spiced things up by adding a ‘lifetime contribution’ vote. We’re continuing this for 2013, allowing you to give some recognition to the person you feel has made the most significant contribution to UK dentistry.

It can be someone still practising, retired or even no longer with us. It can also be someone you have voted for in the regular Top 50 nominations. But it must be just one name.

Who will you pick? An inventor whose product you just can’t practise without? A pioneering practitioner or daring visionary who was ahead of their time? A groundbreaking figure that revolutionised working practices, conditions or regulations? Or even someone whose contribution to the profession or industry you feel has not been given enough credit over the years?

This is just a sideline to our annual Top 50 poll, and is separate to the main event. The name of the person who receives the most votes will be revealed in the same issue as our Top 50 list.

Here are just a few ideas to get your creative juices flowing, as always, you are free to vote for the people who most inspire you – whether they’re on this list or not.

Hazel Adams

Saaqib Ali

Martyn Amsell

Steven Anderson

Mark Atkinson

Ed Attenborough

Ruby Austin

Brian Avery

Paul Baker

Nasser Barghi

Chris Barrow

Paul Batchelor

Peter Bateman

Meredyth Bell

Tracey Bell

Nick Benger

Ian Benington

Phil Bennett

Paul Beresford

John Besford

Bhavin Bhatt

David Bloom

Ed Bonner

Tim Bradstock-Smith

Per-Ingvar Branemark

Peter Briggs

Sue Bruckel

Paul Brunton

Stephen Buchanan

Ian Buckle

Jason Buglass

Trevor Burke

Andy Burnham

Simon Burns

Paul Burstow

Steve Byfield

David Cameron

Julian Caplan

Nigel Carter

Sally Chadwick

Wyman Chan

Gerard Chiche

John Chope

Gordon Christensen

Janet Clarke

Barry Cockcroft

Anthony Colwyn

Mhari Coxon

John Cranham

Eddie Crouch

Bob Cummings

Simon Cunnington

Andrew Dawood

Jennifer de St Georges

Clive Debenham

Nick Dilworth

Nicola Docherty

Robert Donald

William Dorfman

Rahul Doshi

Chris Drinkwater

Mervyn Druian

John Drummond

Paul Dummer

David Dunlop

Andrew Eder

Lester Ellman

Julian English

Newton Fahl

Martin Fallowfield

Koray Feran

Charles Ferber

Ken Finlayson

Brian Franks

George Freedman

Philip Friel

Peter Galgut

Simon Gambold

Stephen Gates

Amarjit Gill

Evlynne Gilvarry

James Goolnik

Edgar Gordon

Sally Goss

Andrew Gould

Mike Gow

Malcolm Grant

Ken Green

Sue Greening

Linda Greenwall

Sue Gregory

Tony Griffin

Galip Gurel

Elaine Halley

Stephen Hancocks

Stuart Harding

Kathryn Harley

Mark Haswell

Van Haywood

John Healey

Sarah Hepburn

Roy Higson

John Hobkirk

Simon Hocken

Frank Holloway

Sara Holmes

Rupert Hoppenbrouwers

David Hornbrook

Laura Horton

David Houston

Earl Howe

David Hudaly

James Hull

Judith Husband

Gertrude Huss

Ian Jackson

Tony Jacobs

Ken James

Cathy Jameson

Gareth Jenkins

Stuart Johnston

Les Jones

Steve Jones

Dipak Joshi

Krishan Joshi

Vinod Joshi

Arjun Kachhala

Zaki Kanaan

Liz Kay

Chris Kettler

Wakkas Khan

Bob Khanna

Fazeela Khan-Osborne

Tony Kilcoyne

George Kirtley

David Klaff

Nigel Knott

Peter Kurer

Russ Ladwa

Laurence Lando

John Langford

Payman Langroudi

Andrew Lansley

Nick Ledingham

Roger Levin

Kevin Lewis

Philip Lewis

John Lowry

Chris Lucas

Paddi Lund

Brian Lux

Edward Lynch

Anoop Maini

Stanley Malamed

Amjad Malik

Moona Malik

Tidu Mankoo

Mike Martin

Hew Mathewson

Roger Matthews

Martin Mayhew

Rob McAndrew

Angie McBain

Ian McIntyre

Paul Mendlesohn

Martin Mills

John Milne

Anne Milton

Sia Mirfendereski

Carl Misch

Basil Mizrahi

Steve Moulder

Richard Mounce

Mike Mulcahy

Ross Nash

Ian Needleman

Jamie Newlands

Philip Newsome

Tim Newton

Hien Ngo

David Nicholson

Martin Nimmo

Michael Norton

Kevin O’Brien

Mike O’Brien

Christopher Orr

Siobhan Owen

Ashish Parmar

Nilesh Parmar

Amit Patel

Ellis Paul

Ian Peace

Keith Pearson

Matthew Perkins

Julian Perry

David Phillips

Shameek Popat

Stephen Porter

Barry Posner

Chris Potts

Melonie Prebble

Geoff Pullen

Tif Qureshi

Attiq Rahman

Raj Rattan

Omer Reed

Tony Reed

Juliette Reeves

John Renshaw

Joe Rich

Nigel Risner

Ron Ritsco

Shona Robison

Derry Rogers

Kevin Rose

Larry Rosenthal

Margaret Ross

Gary Rowland

Nicki Rowland

Clifford Ruddle

James Russell

Susie Sanderson

Jonathan Sandler

Nigel Saynor

Edwin Scher

Brian Schottlander

Crispian Scully

Lloyd Searson

Gurs Sehmi

Derek Setchell

Ashok Sethi

Margaret Seward

Seema Sharma

Harry Shiers

Harris Sidelsky

Amolak Singh

Nik Sisodia

Quentin Skinner

Mabel Slater

Jason Smithson

Kish Soneji

Frank Spear

Howard Stean

Jimmy Steele

Chris Stock

Paul Stone

Nicola Sturgeon

Alan Suggett

Joe Sullivan

Pam Swain

Russell Tant

Dennis Tarnow

Hilt Tatum

Jill Taylor

Margie Taylor

Peter Thompson

Stuart Thompson

John Tiernan

Paul Tipton

Bernard Touati

Martin Trope

Skip Truitt

Andrea Ubhi

Cemal Ucer

Lorenzo Vanini

Amit Varsani

Manny Vasant

Monik Vasant

Sunita Verma

Damien Walmsley

Lynn Walters

Mike Warburton

Peter Ward

Gordon Watkins

Derek Watson

Jerry Watson

Michael Watson

Tim Watson

Julian Webber

John Whitworth

Mark Willings

Derrick Willmot

David Wilson

Nairn Wilson

David Winkler

Michael Wise

Ian Wood

Michael Zybutz

The Top 50 roll call of winners

2006: Kevin Lewis

2007: Kevin Lewis

2008: Kevin Lewis

2009: Eddie Crouch

2010: Edward Lynch

2011: James Goolnik

2012: James Goolnik

Here’s a quick reminder of where your votes went in 2012:

1. James Goolnik

2. Kevin lewis

3. Russ Ladwa

4. Liz Kay

5. Mhari Coxon

6. Matthew perkins

7. Philip Lewis

8. Nilesh Parmar

9. Tony Jacobs

10. Christopher Orr

11. Elaine Halley

12. Linda Greenwall

13. Anoop Maini

14. Seema Sharma

15. Barry Cockcroft

16. Edward Lynch

17. Paul Tipton

18. Chris Barrow

19. Wakkas khan

20. Lord Howe

21. David Cameron

22. Kevin Rose

23. Nik Sisodia

24. Quentin Skinner

25. Tif Qureshi

26. Jason Smithson

27. Stewart Harding

28.Roy Higson

29. Steve Moulder

30. Michael Wise

31. Ian Benington

32. Sue Gregory

33. Judith Husband

34. Julian English

35. Wyman Chan

36. Roger Matthews

37. Stephen Hancocks

38. Julian Webber

39. Eddie Crouch

40. Arjun Kachhala

41. Sia Mirfendereski

42. Malcolm Grant

43. Manny Vasant

44. Nick Ledingham

45. Rupert Hoppenbrouwers

46. Crispian Scully

47. Davis Winkler

48. Steve Jones

49. Susie Sanderson

50. Tony Kilcoyne

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