Professional background

Ms Alexandra Lyne (known as Lexy) qualified from University of Manchester, and completed specialist training at Guy’s & St Thomas’ Hospitals, before joining UCLH/Eastman Dental Hospital in 2019. She completed a masters in Paediatric Dentistry from King’s College London in 2018.

Lexy has an interest in the management of children and young people with developmental and genetic anomalies that affect their teeth. She also enjoys working with the orthodontic team for patients requiring surgical procedures as part of their care.

Research interests

Lexy is part of a multi-centre research team looking at the environmental impact of oral healthcare devices and treatments, in order to find ways to make dentistry more sustainable for the health of the planet.


P Anand, A Lyne, A Fulton, A Tanday, M Chaudhary. Service evaluation of an intravenous sedation service within a hospital paediatric dentistry unit: 10 year results. British Dental Journal 2021, 230(2).

A Lyne, P Ashley, S Saget, M Costa, B Underwood, B Duane. Combining evidence-based healthcare with environmental sustainability: using the toothbrush as a model. British Dental Journal 2020, 229:303-309.

B Duane, P Ashley, S Saget, D Richards, E Pasdeki-Clewer, A Lyne. Incorporating sustainability into oral health interventions. British Dental Journal 2020, 229:310-314.

A Lyne, J Johnson, D Baldwin. Reaction times of children having nitrous oxide for inhalation sedation for dental procedures. European Archives of Paediatric Dentistry 2020, 21(1):25-30.

MO Sharif, A Lyne, K Parker, M Chia. The orthodontic-oral surgery interface. Part One: a service evaluation and overview of the diagnosis and management of common anomalies. British Dental Journal, 255(5):431-435.

MO Sharif, K Parker,  A Lyne, M Chia. The orthodontic-oral surgery interface. Part Two: diagnosis and management of anomalies in eruption and transpositions. British Dental Journal, 255(5):431-435.