The Broadway Dental Practice is a family general dental practice providing all aspects of dental care, with an emphasis on high quality treatment. The practice has been serving the communities of Catford and south London since the 1940s with the highly qualified Dr Martin Hussain as the Principal Dentist from 1995. Associate Dentists, Dr David Gray and Dr Ruby Austin MBE, add the skills and experience that mean all aspects of modern dentistry are available here.
The team is completed by three dental nurses noted for their cheerfulness and friendly manner. Diane Austin joined The Broadway Dental Practice in 1989 while Jenny Waugh-Datadeen was recruited in 2002. Dr Vinojah Vibulandan joined us working as a clinical attachment trainee dental nurse. The management and smooth running of the practice is in the capable hands of our Practice Manager, Jacqui Coveney, another team member who has been here since 1989. With our highly experienced team and fully equipped modern practice we offer the highest standard of dental care to both NHS and private patients.
The highly qualified Dr Martin Hussain heads up our practice, supported by his fantastic team of staff.
Dr Martin Hussain
BDS (London), MGDS RCS (Eng), FDS RCS (Edin), FFGDP RCS (Eng)
GDC Number 58546
- 2017: Certified by IAS Academy, London, UK to carry out fixed orthodontics for adults to improve aesthetics and correct relapsed previous orthodontic treatment
- 2015–2016: Advanced Aesthetic and Cosmetic course at Cosmetic Dental Seminars, London, UK
- 1991: MGDS RCS achieved, Gold Medal Awarded
- 1983: University of London | Qualified from King’s College School of Medicine and Dentistry
Other Positions held
- 2004: Lambeth PCT | Dental advisor
- 2002: Royal College of Surgeons | Fellowship examiner
- 2000: Lambeth, Southwark & Lewisham Health Authority | Dental adviser
- 1995: Royal College of Surgeons of England | Examiner
- 1994: Royal London Hospital Dental College | Honorary Clinical Teacher in General Dental Practice
- 1993: University College London | Course Organiser
- 1991: University College London | Tutor
- Trustee and Volunteer for Hope 4 The World, a British charity that trains village community health workers in Burma and Thailand
- 2002: Faculty of General Dental Practitioners | Fellow
- 2001: Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh | Fellow
- 1997: Royal Society of Health | Fellow
- 1996: Local Dental Committee of Lambeth, Southwark & Lewisham Health Authority | Member
- Oral surgery and oral medicine
- Children’s dentistry
- Advanced restorative and cosmetic dentistry
- Teaching and training (undergraduate and postgraduate)
- Treating dental phobia
Away from dentistry
Martin is married with two children and is active in his local Christian church. He enjoys clay and rough shooting, scuba diving, gardening, fishing, skiing, watersports, marathon running, and reading. He does humanitarian charity work among persecuted people groups.
Dr David Gray
BDS (Hons), MSc Primary Dental Care (Kent), MFDS RCPS (Glasg), Dip Rest RCS (Eng)
GDC Number 231022
- 2018: Speciality Doctor in Prosthodontics, Restorative Dentistry, at the Eastman Dental Hospital
- 2018: Academic & lead tutor for two students within the MSc in Primary Dental Care
- 2018: Core Team Member for the Member of the Joint Dental Faculties (MJDF) examination, Royal College of Surgeons of England
- 2017: Examiner for the Member of the Joint Dental Faculties (MJDF) examination, Royal College of Surgeons of England
- 2014: Dentist at the Broadway Dental Practice
- 2014: Senior House Officer in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, East Sussex NHS Trust
- 2013–2014: Senior House Officer in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Brighton & Sussex NHS Trust
- 2012–2013: Vocational Trainee Dentist at S3 Dental Practice
- 2016-2018: Diploma in Restorative Dentistry, Faculty of General Dental Practitioners
- 2016: Diploma of Membership of the Faculty of Dental Surgery, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow
- 2016: Conscious sedation course, SAAD
- 2012-2016: MSc in Primary Dental Care (Distinction), University of Kent
- 2007-2012: Bachelor of Dental Surgery (Honors), Cardiff University
Other Positions held
- 2016–2018: Student Representative for FGDP Diploma in Restorative Dentistry
- 2013–2014: Postgraduate Doctors Representative within Brighton & Sussex NHS Trust
- 2012–2015: Student Representative for Health Education in Kent Surrey Sussex (KSS) deanery
Publications, Presentations and Television
- Gray DG, (2019) ‘Lifelong learning.’ Dentistry magazine
- Discussion about the sugar tax – Sky News, 5th April 2018
- Gray DG, et al. (2017) ‘Compliance of referral and hospital documentation with National Institute of Health and Care Excellence guidelines for the extraction of third molars: a comparative analysis of two NHS Trusts.’ Br J Oral Maxillofac Surg.
- Dentist reveals whether or not we should still floss – Channel 5 News, 4 August 2016
- Poster Presentation – ‘Dentists in the Hospital’ – Confidence of Maxillofacial trainees in managing surgical patients on the ward, Medical Education Conference at BSMS, December 5, 2013
- TMJ ankylosis in a 2 year old – an unusual presentation, Regional Audit Day – Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery (Kent, Surrey, Sussex and St Georges), November 4, 2013
- Gray, D., Dewi, F., Cronin, A., & Caccamese, J. (2012). ‘Le Fort 1 Osteotomy – USA vs UK – Why the Difference?’ International Journal of Surgery, 10(8), S42
- Poster presentation – ‘Le Fort 1 Osteotomy – USA vs UK – Why the Difference?’ Association of Surgeons in Training 2012 Surgical Conference in Cardiff, July 25, 2012
- Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow
- Faculty of General Dental Practice
- British Society of Restorative Dentistry
- Dental Protection Limited
- General Dental Council
Away from dentistry
David is married. He is a keen cyclist and runner, competing in triathalon, duathalon and numerous other races. He enjoys sport, in particular rugby, American football (captain at Cardiff University), Brazilian ju-jitsu (Welsh light heavyweight champion at white belt 2012). He completed several trips to Asia, working in particular with children and adults with disabilities. He attends his local Christian church.
Dr Ruby Austin MBE
MGDS RCS (Eng), LDS RCS (Eng), FFGDP RCS (Eng)
GDC Number 37606
- 1961: Qualified from The Royal Dental Hospital (University of London)
- Vocational Trainer and Organiser
- Vice Chair Dental Practice Board
- Served on numerous National Boards of Dentistry
- Dental adviser to Southwark, Lewisham & Bexley PCTs.
- Examiner for Royal College of Surgeons (FFGDP)
- 2000: MBE for services to dentistry
- Past President of Anglo-Asian Dental Group
- Examiner for Dental Nursing Board
Away from dentistry
Ruby enjoys golf, travelling, cooking and serving wherever he can. He is a Rotary Club member.
Dr Haydon Murr
BDS (London), LDS RCS (Eng)
GDC Number 67655
- 1993: Honorary Clinical Teacher in General Dental Practice of Royal London Hospital
- 1992–1994: Two years vocational training
- 1992: Qualified from The Royal London Hospital Dental College (University of London)
- General restorative dentistry
- Fixed and partial prosthodontics
- Cosmetic – tooth whitening
- Root canal treatments
Away from dentistry
Haydon is married with three children, involved in youth work and active in his local Christian church. He is interested in current affairs and social issues, and is a keen cyclist, coarse fisherman and lay preacher.
Dr Vinojah Vibulanandan
Bachelor of Dental Surgery 2011, Sri Ramachandra University, Chennai, India
- Originates from Sri Lanka and speaks fluent Tamil and English
- Clinical Attachment and Trainee Dental Nurse
- Vinojah is preparing for her GDC registration in the UK She has already passed Part 1 ORE
- She is also preparing to sit the prestigious qualification of the Royal College of Surgeons of England in 2017
- Her main Interests are in surgical and restorative dentistry
Away from dentistry
Vinojah enjoys badminton, reading, music and playing the veena.
Registered Dental Nurse
GDC Number 114452
Promise to all our Patients
The dentist and staff will take a genuine interest in your needs and care.
All team member will be respectful and helpful.
Important information will be conveyed.
Concerns will be listened to.
Treatment decisions will be discussed.
Pain will be effectively managed.
Appropriate follow up will be available.
Transparency, honesty and ethical in delivering care.
Complaints, Comments, Concerns, Compliments
We operate a patient-based complaints procedure to ensure that we remain sensitive to your needs and feelings. We aim to provide patients with the best care we can, but occasionally we can sometimes fall short of the mark.
If you have any compliments, comments, concerns or complaints about our service, we want to hear about it. We would encourage you to speak to whoever you feel most comfortable with – your dentist, dental nurse a receptionist or manager – but if you would prefer to give your feedback in writing please send it to Jacqueline Coveney, Practice Manager at the practice address. You can also send a message via the website.
If you have a complaint to make, please don't be afraid to say how you feel. Your comments will give us a chance to offer an explanation or make an apology for the offending situation, take corrective action, prevent problems recurring, and continue to improve the quality of the care that we give.
If you are not satisfied with the practice’s response to your complaint, you may contact the Dental Complaints Service for complaints concerning private treatment, or the NHS South London for complaints concerning NHS treatment. Further information about making a complaint is available from the NHS choices website.
If you require a copy of our complaints information sheet, please download one here: