Sajni qualified from the University of Birmingham and has spent her career working in general dental practices, seeing patients of all ages, backgrounds and needs. She gained the MJDF diploma from the Royal College of Surgeons and has enjoyed teaching dental undergraduates at King’s College Hospital.
Furthermore, she was awarded a Fellowship Diploma in Aesthetic Medicine, broadening her skills to include facial aesthetics and has obtained a certificate in advanced aesthetic restorative dentistry. Her passion for dental law began when she aided a colleague through a stressful event related to a patient complaint.
The critical importance of the quality of legal support required became apparent during this time. Sajni’s varied dental experience gives her clear insight into the broad range of problems that may be faced within dentistry and best places her to be able to empathise with colleagues.
Her position as co-chair is underpinned by her utmost determination to provide the highest quality service including the protection, advice and education required for defending and empowering dentists across the country.