Nikhil Sethi

Nikhil Sethi

Author at Dentistry Online

Dr Nikhil Sethi qualified from King’s College London in 2009. Since then he has completed his masters in aesthetic dentistry also from King’s College London in 2014. He has recently presented a poster on the affect of light curing modes on high-end composite restorative materials with Hereaus Kulzer at the International Association for Dental Research. Nikhil is an associate member of the British Academy Of Aesthetic Dentistry and works in private practice in London and has been trained by Dr Sanjay Sethi. In association with Optident, Nikhil runs the Aspiring Dentist article series and hands on composite courses aimed at teaching young dentists the basic foundations for aesthetic excellence.
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Case of the week – minimally invasive, predictable and cost-effective restorations

DO_Case of the Week-aesthetics-Nikhil SethiDr Nikhil Sethi, from Square Mile Dental Centre in London, shares a restorative case that he was able to treat in a minimally invasive yet simple and cost-effective way for the patient, using the Bioclear Method. Download the full Case of the Week by signing in for free below. A patient … Continued

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Dentistry’s game changers – Nik Sethi on composite and curing lights

To celebrate 25 years of Dentistry magazine, we’ve asked leading dental professionals for their game-changing innovation that shaped their career. In this article we asked Nik Sethi what his game-changing product is. Nik Sethi qualified in 2009 from Kings College London. After finishing his masters in aesthetic dentistry he went on to really enjoy composite bonding … Continued

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Light curing: do we underestimate the importance of our light source?

Nik Sethi discusses modern-day light curing problems. Composite resin restorations have long been the clinician’s treatment of choice for conservative aesthetic restorations. Materials utilising nano filler technology are ever evolving to provide superior mechanical and optical properties when compared to their microfilled and micro hybrid counterparts (Watanabe et al, 2008) (Figures 1a and 1b). As … Continued

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