Dr Evdokia (Kia) Papagalani
Specialist Orthodontist / Clinical Lead
DDS MSc (USA) GDC no: 228487
Dr Kia Papagalani has been delivering premium orthodontic care for more than two decades and has amassed a wealth of experience. She has treated patients with some of the rarest dental deformities and specialises in treating complex and interdisciplinary cases, working closely with other members of the dental team.
Kia completed her training at universities in Europe and the United States and she has acquired her DDS, her Specialisation in Orthodontics (Ohio State University, USA) and her Masters in Science researching advanced diagnostic techniques. Her commitment to providing the highest quality orthodontic treatment is supported by her ongoing professional development and training in the latest technologies and techniques.
Kia is currently appointed as a Research Supervisor and Clinical Lecturer for the Masters in Clinical Orthodontics BPP University program, sharing her experiences and training dental graduates. Her professional memberships and affiliations include among others the American Association of Orthodontists and the British Orthodontic Society. She has also volunteered for Médecins du Monde, leading a delegation in Uganda on oral public health.
At Sensu, Kia offers her patients a range of treatment options, combining the latest innovative techniques with 25 years of experience as an orthodontic specialist. Her special interests include non-extraction treatments, smile aesthetics and adult facial-driven orthodontics.
Kia is an experienced provider of a wide range of braces, including Incognito lingual braces, the Damon system, Insignia Advanced Smile Design and Invisalign clear aligners. Her goal is to help you find the brace that best meets your needs, to ensure you get the very best results from your treatment.
Kia believes that a smile is the universal welcome and earns her patients’ trust through honesty, integrity and consistency. From your first appointment, she’ll put the emphasis exactly where it should be – on you and your smile.