Amy Northen-Hills, a dental therapist and member of the British Association of Cosmetic Dental Professionals, has won an award for Best Full-Face Treatment and Best Skin Rejuvenation at the Aesthetic Dentistry Awards. She was also shortlisted in four other categories, including Best Aesthetic Practice.
Northen-Hills joined the military at 16 and spent six years as a dental nurse in the Royal Navy before moving into maxillofacial surgery. In 2015, after six years working in a private practice, she opened her own dental practice in Hull. She teaches at the Whitehills Training Academy, which offers CPD-accredited training courses to medical and dental professionals. In 2018, she won Dental Therapist of the Year at the Dental Awards and was shortlisted for Best Total Facial Sculpting at Dr Bob Khanna’s IAAFA awards. This year, Northen-Hills is nominated for Dental Therapist of the Year and Practice of the Year at the upcoming Dental Awards on May 17.
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