Olurotimi qualified in 1991 from the School of dentistry University of Benin, Nigeria, and has worked in several hospitals both in the United Kingdom and abroad, including Luton and Dunstable Hospital, Kent and Canterbury Hospital, Bedford General Hospital, Watford General Hospital, Countess of Chester Hospital and Royal London Hospital. During his training in the hospitals, he reached the level of a Staff Surgeon in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and a Registrar in Paediatric Dentistry.
Olurotimi is committed to continuing professional development. He obtained a Fellowship in Dental Surgery from the Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh in 2000, a certificate in Restorative Dental Practice in 2005, from the Eastman Dental Institute (Universities College London) one of the worlds renowned Postgraduate Institution.
In December 2009, Olurotimi obtained a Postgraduate Diploma in Restorative Dental Practice from the Eastman Dental Institute as part of his commitment to lifelong learning.
Olurotimi was awarded a Postgraduate Diploma in Dental Health Services Leadership and Management by the Faculty of General Dental Practice (UK) in 2011. The diploma provided Olurotimi the educational experience that has advanced his knowledge and competence in the operational and strategic management of dental services, to ensure his dental team consistently provides a high quality of dental care.
In 2013, Olurotimi was awarded the Fellowship of the Faculty of General Dental Practice (UK) of the Royal College of Surgeons in recognition of his excellence in primary dental care. The fellowship is a significant maker of Olurotimi’s ongoing commitment to professional development and reflective practice. It is also a quality benchmarking that can be relied upon by organisations who commission services such as health commission boards and by patients.
Olurotimi is a lifelong learning practitioner and continues to advance his clinical skills and knowledge with the primary objective of enhancing the quality of patient care by completing an international Master programme in Advance General Dental Practice at the University of Birmingham in 2019.
Olurotimi has a strong interest in Implant dentistry. He completed a yearlong certificate implant programme at Bath Spa Dentistry in 2015, together with a five days Implant course at the Kois centre Seattle in 2016.
In January 2020, Olurotimi was awarded a membership in Primary Dental Care by the Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh after demonstrating in an exam a wide range of knowledge and understanding that underpins clinical patient management within the primary care setting. The standard of the exams is that of a practitioner who has undertaken extensive postgraduate training, at a level considerably beyond that of a graduating dentist.
He is a member of the following:
- Faculty of General Dental Practice (UK) at the Royal College of Surgeons England the academic home of General Dental Practitioners
- British Dental Association
- Medical and Dental Defence Union of Scotland Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh
- Kois Centre Seattle, Washington ( Advancing Dentistry Through Science)
Olurotimi enjoys playing chess and swimming in his spare time. He is married to Caroline and their marriage is blessed with children.