Lucy qualified as a dentist in 1999 from the United Medical and dental Schools of Guys and St Thomas’ Hospital and achieved a degree with Distinction together with other University prizes.
She completed her Foundation training in South London and worked for 2 years in Oral and Maxillofacial surgery hospital posts working at Guys Hospital and Orpington and Bromley Hospitals. During these posts she gained her Fellowship in Dental Surgery of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. She then undertook postgraduate training in Orthodontics at Kingston Hospital and Guys Hospital, gaining a Masters in Science degree. She qualified as an orthodontic specialist in 2006 and was awarded the William Houston Gold Medal for most meritorious and outstanding candidate.
She subsequently undertook a further 2 years training at the Eastman Dental Institute treating complex multidisciplinary cases and is Consultant Orthodontist at St Georges University Hospital and Kingston Hospital.
Her special interest is the treatment of Facial Deformity and Obstructive Sleep Apnoea.
She is Training Programme Director for Orthodontics for the London region.