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Dr Penelope Granger

Specialty Dentist in Restorative Dentistry

After graduating in 1991 and completing vocational training in General Dental Practice, Dr Granger headed off to Australia (travelling a lot of it by bike), where she worked with the remote Aboriginal Communities of Cape York and on Thursday Island. Returning to Scotland she studied for an MSc in Community Dental Health before working for British Antarctic Survey, based mostly on the RRS Ernest Shackleton spending many months in the Antarctic. 20 years on and she still work for them, albeit in a different capacity of training and offering remote clinical support, utilising telemedicine, for the doctors in the Antarctic. Dr Granger lived and worked in remote Northern Sweden for 7 years. In 2011 she made her first visit to Tristan da Cunha as the dentist and has been involved with staff training, planning and developing of the Islands dental service and part of the small working group involved in the development of the new Island hospital and the design of the dental department. She worked collaboratively with various organisations including Dundee University and DFID. Currently working in Dundee Dental Hospital as a Specialty dentist in restorative dentistry.

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