I qualified from Baghdad University in 1992 and did my first training year there, I also did 3 years working in rural areas in Iraq doing General Dentistry. I then gained my certificate in Preventative Dentistry and worked in a specialised centre providing preventative dentistry.
I came to the UK in 2001 and sat my ORE examination regulated by the General Dental Council. It was a tough exam, but I learnt a lot from it. I did my Vocational Training in Anglesey and since then have worked in both private and NHS practices doing different aspects of dentistry.
I was privileged to join a Diploma programme in Endodontics in Manchester run by Dr Mike Horrocks, and then went on to complete an MSc in Endodontics supervised by Dr Mike Horrocks in liaison with Chester University and have developed a passion for Endodontics. It was an exquisite experience and I advise dentists to join such Postgraduate programmes.
I joined Bridge End Dental Practice in 2018 where I carry out both Private and NHS treatment. I always try to make patients comfortable and pain free when the come to the practice and they are part of this big family. I am happy to help my patients and give necessary advice as needed.
I enjoy dentistry as well as my family life, as my children keep me active and always push me to experience different things in life and give me the confidence to try new ideas during our life journey.