Ohsun graduated in dentistry from King’s College London in 2013 and gained experience in General Dental Practice, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, and Paediatric Dentistry before starting three-year Specialty Training in Orthodontics at the Royal London Dental Hospital and Ashford Hospital in 2019. Following completion of Specialty Training in 2022, he was awarded with Membership in Orthodontics (the Royal College of Surgeons of England) and a Doctorate degree (Queen Mary University of London).
He is currently in a two-year Consultant training post at King’s College Hospital and Queen Mary’s Hospital Sidcup, where he enjoys teaching Postgraduate Trainees and treating complex multidisciplinary cases. He is also involved in the British Orthodontic Society as the Trainees’ Representative on the Specialty Advisory Committee, where he discusses matters related to the curriculum.
Ohsun takes a gentle, friendly approach with his patients, whilst striving for quality and excellence in his work. Outside work, Ohsun has an endless list of interests and hobbies, in particular travelling, skiing, triathlon and playing piano. He loves taking on challenges – recently cycled from Trafalgar Square to Paris in less than 24 hours to fundraise for the Smile Train, a cleft lip and palate charity.