DR. DANA BONDOC
BSc DMD MOrth
Specialist in Orthodontics
GDC No. 109681
Dana Bondoc has been delivering the highest quality orthodontic care since 2002. Dana received a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology in 1996 from The University of Western Ontario, Canada. She qualified in dentistry from The “Carol Davila” University of Medicine and Pharmacology, Bucharest in 2002 and subsequently qualified as an Orthodontist in 2006. From June 2007 to March 2010, Dana took up two hospital posts at Worcestershire Royal Hospital and Hereford County Hospital, gaining further experience in the field of Orthodontics.
Dana is dedicated to providing a Specialist Orthodontic service to all ages with varying dental complexities offering a wide variety of orthodontic appliances such as removable appliances, functional appliances, fixed metal and tooth-coloured ceramic appliances, Damon braces, Invisalign and Incognito lingual braces. Her main clinical interest is the use of lingual appliances, primarily the Incognito™ System for the treatment of adults and adolescents. Dana believes in treating patients in an ethical and caring manner and prides herself on being a gentle orthodontist. Her enthusiasm, skill and charisma are ideal for creating a supportive nurturing environment for all patients and their family members.
Dana is registered on the specialist list of the General Dental Council and is a member of the British Orthodontic Society. Her main clinical interest is the use of lingual braces, primarily the Incognito System in the treatment of adults and adolescents.
Outside of work Dana’s interests are video editing with Final Cut Express and designing iPhone apps.
You can download this app for free from the App store or from Google play. OrthoGuide is good for calculating the treatment length and getting directions to the practice where you can get orthodontic treatment with Dr Dana Bondoc Specialist Orthodontist.
Colour My Brace app
This app is also available from the App store. Colour My Brace is good for choosing the next colour to wear on the brace.