Clare Robinson started her education at the University of Liverpool in 1999. Her first degree was obtained in clinical engineering. After this she progressed onto dentistry and graduated from Liverpool in 2007. She went on to complete her vocational training year in general practice. Whilst in general practice she obtained her PGCert in endodontics at the University of Chester.
She became principal of her first NHS dental practice in 2011. In 2017 she was appointed as a clinical supervisor for NHS England and enjoyed mentoring a fellow dentist. She is an elected member of the Liverpool Dental Committee and has most recently founded The Dental Cafe – a direct access prevention centre.
Clare is part of NHSE clinical entrepreneur programme. During the pandemic Clare was appointed as an executive member of the COVID recovery team for Cheshire and Merseyside. Her practice acted as an urgent care centre throughout the pandemic and continues to do so.