Dr Maï-Linh Tran

Specialist Orthodontist

DipChD (Lorraine), DES ODF (France)

GDC: 309209

Maï-Linh graduated in dentistry at the University of Paris. Following graduation she went on to pursue a postgraduate degree in orthodontics at the University of Lorraine, in France. During this three year residency programme, she gained experience treating a large number patients with often complex orthodontic and dental issues in the orthodontic department and also undertook biomaterial research, this culminated in her being awarded her specialist degree in Orthodontics & dento-facial orthopaedics in 2019. This signified the completion of her Specialist training.

Since 2019 Maï-Linh has worked both in private practices and as a teaching hospital assistant lecturer. She enjoys all aspects of her life as a clinician and is able to provide a wide range of treatment – providing interceptive treatment for the younger patients, caring for those with special needs such as cleft-palate patients or dispensing tailor-made treatments for adolescent and adult patients. Her experience in teaching led her to supervise both undergraduate and postgraduate students and to take part in several international articles and books. She was also awarded the W.J.B. Houston Research Award by the European Orthodontic Society in 2021 for her research on orthodontic archwires.

Maï-linh’s significant experience and training enable her to offer a wide range of orthodontic techniques, ranging from removable (eg INVISALIGN) and fixed appliances to lingual orthodontics, and she strives to provide warm and gentle care to all of her patients, because she trusts in the value of empathy.

She is a member of the French Orthodontic Society, the European Orthodontic Society, the American Association of Orthodontists (AAO) and the World Federation of Orthodontists (WFO)

Maï-Linh is fluent in English, French, can speak basic Spanish and a little German.