Professor Andrew Keeling


I gained a BSc at the University of Bristol in 1996, and my BDS in 1999. I obtained my MFGDP from the Royal College of Surgeons, London in 2007. My PhD (Leeds 2016) was in the field of restorative digital dentistry, specifically related to occlusion.

After spending over 10 years in full-time general practice, I took a full-time post at Leeds School of Dentistry in 2011, where I divide my time between research, treatment and teaching. My research interests focus on providing affordable and accurate digital solutions to common clinical problems, and in implementing novel technologies for the delivery of dental education.


  • Lead for Digital Dental Research Group

Research interests

3D technologies in prosthodontic dentistry including monocular 3D facial scanning, structured light scanning, deep learning and 3D printing

Digital articulation and occlusion

Haptics and 3D printing in Dental Education

Augmented reality in Dentistry


  • PhD (Digital occlusion in dentistry)
  • BDS (Bristol)
  • BSc (Hons)
  • MFGDP RCS (Eng)

Student education

I help to deliver the undergraduate dental programme and postgraduate components (PhDs)

Research groups and institutes

  • Dental education research
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