Mohamed qualified in 2004 from Cairo University, Egypt. In 2007 he started his 3 years of speciality training in Restorative dentistry with subspecialty of Endodontics, to gain the highly prestigious Membership in Restorative Dentistry in Endodontics from the Royal college of Surgeons, Edinburgh.
Teaching was always Mohamed’s passion, so in 2011 he founded the Royal Dentists Institute, a leading postgraduate dental training institute in the Middle East. During this time, he continued to run his private practice in Cairo, which launched in 2009, performing advanced endodontic treatments under a surgical operating microscope and receiving regional referrals.
In 2016 Mohamed moved to the U.K. to start working as a clinical teaching fellow in restorative dentistry at the School of Dentistry, University of Leeds. Focusing on teaching endodontics for the undergraduate & postgraduate students and running the endodontic troubleshooting clinics, treating complicated endodontic cases. In 2018 he was added onto the GDC specialist list in Endodontics, after rigorous assessment of his qualifications and experience.
Mohamed has a great deal of experience in providing exemplary endodontic treatments, re-treatments and dealing with any of the endodontic mishaps like perforations, broken files and dismantling posts. He will also be accepting referrals for microsurgeries including apicectomies in the near future.
Every patient will have a thorough assessment before deciding on starting any of the treatments, followed by a full explanation of the pros, cons and prognosis of every procedure.