Sarah is the registered Specialist in Prosthodontics at 42 the dental practice.
Alongside her work with our team she is a clinical lecturer in Prosthodontics at Bart’s and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry (teaching postgraduate dental students on the DClinDent programme). Sarah also works as a specialist doctor in restorative dentistry at the Croydon University Hospital. At 42 she accept referrals for prosthodontic rehabilitation cases and second opinions. Sarah regularly supports her dental colleagues and actively teaches courses and workshops with Health Education England (HEE).
Sarah graduated in Dentistry from the University of Jordan. After some time in private practice she moved to the UK after passing the statutory exam of the General Dental Council (Overseas Registration Exam) and obtaining the membership of Faculty of Dentistry of the Royal College of surgeons of Ireland. Following which she started her full-time three year postgraduate training in the Dental Speciality of Prosthodontics.
She was awarded a Doctorate of Clinical Dentistry in Prosthodontics from Queen Mary College at the University of London, where she also gained her Membership in Prosthodontics. Her acceptance as a member of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh signified completion of her Specialist training. Sarah was subsequently accepted onto the Specialist register in Prosthodontics with the General dental council (UK). She is a member of the British Society of Prosthodontics and the International Team for Implantology and continues to play an active role in dental academia.
At 42 The Dental Practice, sarah is dedicated to offering a fully comprehensive range of Specialist Prosthodontics and advanced Dentistry – Either as a support service to general practitioners, directly for patients who may require a second opinion or working collaboratively on multi-discipliary cases with her colleagues at 42 when required. Sarah’s Specialist interest covers the complications of tooth wear, the failing dentition, temperomandibular dysfuntion and the full range of dental restorative treatments from routine to complex rehabilitation including the full range of implant dentistry. Like all her colleagues at 42, she pocesses a gentle and humanistic approach and her treatments are always carried out with a acute sensitivity to aesthetics. Her at aim is to provide a service convenient to local dentists and their patients.