John Rhodes

BDS(Lond), FDS RCS(Ed), MSc, MFGDP(UK), MRD RCS(Ed)
Specialist in Endodontics


GDC registration 66222John-Rhodes

John qualified from Kings College London in 1990, where he was awarded the Claudius Ash prize in Conservation and the Jose Souyave Endodontic prize. He continued his postgraduate education at Guy’s Hospital London where he achieved a Distinction in the Endodontic MSc. He completed his Specialist training at The Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh with MRD in Endodontics. John was awarded Fellowship in Dental Surgery from the Royal College of Edinburgh 2013. John is registered on the GDC Specialist list in Endodontics.

John is recognized internationally for contributing to postgraduate Endodontic teaching. He has published in several refereed journals and is currently collaborating with Kings College London in research projects. He is co-author of the Endodontic textbook Endodontics: Problem Solving in Clinical Practice, Author of Advanced Endodontics: Re-treatment and Surgery and contributing Author in Harty’s Endodontics in Clinical Practice. John writes a quarterly interactive video article for Endo Practice Journal and has an educational YouTube channel: john rhodes endo

John is a referee for the International Endodontic Journal and ENDO (Endodontic Practice Today). He provides Endodontic content for the Dental Channel and runs the Dorset Endo Study Group.

Dentist Testimonials

“I have been referring complex cases to John and his team for many years, and do so in the knowledge that patients will receive the very highest standard of care using the most modern techniques and state of the art equipment. John’s level of expertise is second to none.”

Dr Kenton Payne

Patient Testimonials

“Wow, if you need a root filling then look no further. I can honestly say I never felt a thing. Excellent care and concern for your wellbeing. Thank you.”

Peter, Bridport

Case Photos

John Rhodes Case 1 – Non-surgical and surgical treatment is carried out with a dental operating microscope. Following endodontic treatment, core build-ups and temporary restorations can be provided.

John Rhodes Case 2 – Non-surgical retreatment of a mandibular molar with internal resorption. The patient was referred after an acute flare-up of a chronic abscess and draining sinus. Non-surgical retreatment was carried out and the case was reviewed until complete bony healing was confirmed. The patient was very happy to be sign and symptom-free and keep their natural tooth.