Neil Counihan




Neil Counihan


Neil Counihan is one of the UK’s leading Orthodontic Specialists qualifying at Kings College Hospital, London and New York University.
Dr Counihan trained as an Orthodontist in New York and is much in demand from Amercian families living in London. He specializes in non-extraction, pain-free treatment for children and adults. He is also an active member of the British and European Orthodontic Societies

Following the success of his first private practice based in Harley Street 'Elleven Orthodontics', Dr Counihan founded Metamorphosis Orthodontics in Parsons Green. He is a regular speaker and lecturer at various Orthodontic and Dental Conferences around the world and maintains his long-held position as Tatler Magazine's recommended 'Best UK Private Orthodontist'. Dr Counihan is also a judge for the Private Dentistry Awards UK.

His expertise lies in treating patients requiring Orthognathic Surgery and is one of the few of the orthodontists in the UK who regularly undertake orthognathic cases.

With a special interest in regenerative medicine, Dr Counihan is undertaking his MSc in Stem Cell Regenerative Therapy at Kings College London and is an author of the Simple Guide to Stem Cells series.

In support of his medical research Dr Counihan will be raising funds for Borne Medical Research charity supporting premature births by taking part in a two-week expedition trek to the North Pole.

Upcoming Webinars

Date Category Faculty Member Webinar Title
10.11.18 Practice Efficiency Neil Counihan “The Ultimate Dental Team” – Leadership Lessons from the ‘Top of the World’
“The Ultimate Dental Team” – Leadership Lessons from the ‘Top of the World’

“The Ultimate Dental Team” – Leadership Lessons from the ‘Top of the World’

Location: Online

On the 19th April 2018 Dr Neil Counihan, one of the UK’s leading orthodontists stood on the “Top of the World”, the geographic North Pole. He and 10 strangers, made up of leaders in special forces, sport and business, came together in a very short time to ski to the North Pole in extreme conditions of up to -45°C. They had to quickly bond as a team to ensure safety and success. The course will describe in detail how this was achieved, how they joined to support each other in an ultimate team to raise over £1million for charity.

The course will also enable individuals to understand what it takes to build a great team through different techniques and give them the skills to establish a common purpose that a team can unite behind. Whilst some leadership styles favour an aggressive approach to managing team situations, it will be identified how ‘leading from the back’ is not only an effective team building tactic, it also promotes cohesion and bonding. Overall, the type of leader can impact on the ability to ensure a successful team environment. Allowing for personal development and key techniques to improve and individual’s ability to be a great leader.

Learning Objectives

  1. Uniting behind a common purpose
  2. Leading from the back
  3. How to build a team
  4. How to transform from rugged individual to team leader
Credits: 1.5
Cost: Free