Julian was the first UK dentist to receive a Masters Degree in endodontics from a university in the USA. He received his BDS from Birmingham University in 1974 and his MSc and Certificate in Endodontics from Northwestern University Dental School, Chicago, USA in 1978. He has been a practicing endodontist in Central London since 1978 and opened the Harley Street Centre for Endodontics in October 2002.

Julian lectures extensively in the UK and has travelled abroad on many occasions to lecture to major world dental and endodontic societies. Through his various workshops and hands on courses, he has helped to train many general dentists in the skills of modern endodontic technique. For further information of upcoming lectures, courses and hands on contact info@julianwebber.com

Julian is a faculty member of the Pacific Endodontic Research Foundation in San Diego, California. He is a member of the American Dental Society of Europe and a full member of the American Association of Endodontists. He is a Fellow of the International College of Dentists. A former President of both the British Endodontic Society and the American Dental Society of London, Julian is Editor in Chief of https://roottreatmentuk.com/endodontics/, a clinically orientated journal with a worldwide readership. In 2014, Julian was honoured for his Outstanding Contribution to Private Dentistry.

Julian is registered with the General Dental Council no. 48374.

Dear Dr Webber,
I am writing this note to you to place on record my thanks for the excellent treatment which I received at your clinic. My local dentist referred my case to you because I needed specialist root canal treatment on two of my two front teeth. The previous treatment, which had been carried out some years ago, was in danger of failing so I was very worried that I could be without two front teeth for the rest of my life. Not only am I very pleased with the outcome of the complex work which you carried out, but I also very much valued your policy of asking me to return for annual check-ups to monitor the re-growth of the bone tissue. Many thanks again for the quality of your technical skill during the initial work and for your personal concerns for my longer term welfare.