Professor Mark McGurk: Oral and maxillofacial surgery
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Professor Mark McGurk

Oral and maxillofacial surgery

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  • Head & neck oncology

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Professor Mark McGurk, Head and Neck Cancer Service, University College Hospital London.

His undergraduate studies (dentistry and medicine) were undertaken at Sheffield University and his postgraduate education at Manchester University. He was appointed to Guy’s Hospital Dental Institute in 1992. He moved to University College Hospital in September 2016. His area of clinical interest is management of patients with head and neck cancer and he has a particular interest in the management of salivary gland disease. He has pioneered minimally invasive surgery in the head and neck and has led a recent European trial on sentinel node biopsy as well as developments in minimally invasive management of salivary lesions, stones and strictures. He is on the board of Project Harar providing surgical missions in developing countries.

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Minimally invasive treatment of salivary gland disease (tumours, stones, ranulae, strictures, infection); head and neck cancer; facial skin lesions and cancers; tumours of the jaw; neck lumps; mucoceles; cysts; facial trauma and fractures; dento-alveolar surgery (wisdom teeth, impacted teeth, buried roots, difficult extractions).

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