Dr Constance Law

Dr Constance Law

I completed my Bachelor's degree in Dental Surgery in 2005 from the University of Otago. After graduation I worked as a House Surgeon at the Wellington Hospital and the subsequent years as a general  dentist in a private practice. During this time I did simple rehabilation cases for my patients and they were thrilled to get function and improvment in their overall appearance due to  how their teeth looked. I slowly developed a passion for this type of work which resulted in my undertaking a three-year full time Doctorate program in Prosthodontics at the University of Otago in 2009. My doctoral research focused on the effect of mandibular deformation on peri-implant strain distribution and she has published in international journals.

I trained in all areas of Prosthodontics so my patients have accesss to a full range of restorative, rehabilitation and aesthetic services at a specialist level. I am experienced in removable dentures, crown and bridge, implant-supported restorations and maxillo-facial prosthodontics with a special interest in conventional prosthodontics and implant-supported restorations.

I believe in providing my patients the highest quality of care, with an emphasis on understanding the needs and concerns of my patients. I am committed to life-long learning and participate in continuing education to ensure I am abreast with the current literature and treatment procedures.

Member of the New Zealand Association of Prosthodontics and Restorative Dentists and of the New Zealand Dental Association

Works at

Dental Council of New ZealandNew Zealand Dental Association