Kasia qualified in 2016 from the Jagiellonian University, School of Medicine in Krakow. After graduating she moved to Denmark, where she worked for several years. Whilst there she was actively involved in postgraduate education both in Denmark and the UK, as well as professional societies throughout Europe. After returning to the UK, she has now settled in Bath. Kasia has successfully completed the MFDS with the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh. She is working towards the completion of a PGDip in Restorative Dentistry with the FGDP, Royal College of Surgeons England and is now planning on pursuing further training in Implantology later this year. She is a member of the British Dental Association (BDA), British Society of Periodontology (BSP) and International Team for Implantology (ITI).
Kasia applies a minimally invasive approach to dentistry and tries to provide patients with a calm, patient and methodical approach to treatment. She particularly enjoys working with patients who have had difficult experiences with dentistry and developing honest and down to earth relationships with her patients.
When not at work Kasia spends her time making things, hiking, cooking, pretending to know something about wine, working on wood carving and sculptures, and attempting to finally finish one of the unknown number of books piling up on her nightstand.