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Malocclusion, bullying and orthodontics



Andrew DiBiase is a Consultant Orthodontist at East Kent Hospitals University Trust, UK. He undertook his undergraduate training at Kings College, London; his postgraduate training at the Royal London Hospital and Senior Clinical training at the Charles Clifford Dental School, Sheffield.

Since his appointment as a Consultant Orthodontist he has developed an extensive research portfolio, is part of the UK Orthodontic National Clinic Trials Network and has received numerous awards and grants. His research interests include the clinical effectiveness of orthodontic appliances and the psychosocial impact of malocclusion. He has published over 65 papers in peer-reviewed journals and co-authored two textbooks, including the Handbook of Orthodontics. Andrew also runs a successful private practice in Kent and has lectured internationally.

He was awarded the Maurice Berman Prize for Clinical Excellence by the British Orthodontic Society and the Dewel Clinical Research Award by the American Association of Orthodontists. He is a provisional member of the Angle Society of Europe.