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Dr Keyvan Moharamzadeh

Specialist in Periodontics, Prosthodontics, Endodontics and Restorative Dentistry
BSc, DDS, PhD, FHEA, FDSRCS (GDC 117051)

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Dr Keyvan Moharamzadeh

Dr Keyvan Moharamzadeh is a multi-discipline specialist, registered as a specialist in Endodontics, Periodontics, Prosthodontics and Restorative Dentistry. Dr Moharamzadeh is an Honorary Consultant and Senior Clinical Lecturer in Restorative Dentistry at the Charles Clifford Dental Hospital and the University of Sheffield, where he is the DClinDent periodontology postgraduate course programme director and was previously the course lead for the DClinDent Prosthodontics programme.

Dr Moharamzadeh has international recognition for his multi-disciplinary research in a number of fields, including tissue engineering, implantology and biomaterials, and has edited a textbook on the subject of “Biomaterials for Oral and Dental Tissue Engineering”. He also holds an honorary research post at Marquette University in Wisconsin, USA. He has been extensively published in research literature, and given a number of presentations and lectures at national and international conferences.

Dr Moharamzadeh is a fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons, England as well as the Higher Education Academy. He has also won an international silver medal in Chemistry.

In terms of clinical work, Dr Moharamzadeh’s work includes both his private dental practice and treatment in hospital for patients referred to him for advanced restorative rehabilitation by general dental practitioners. Dr Moharamzadeh has a broad clinical interest which goes from implant dentistry to periodontics, aesthetic dentistry and management of compromised dentition using prosthodontics. He also had interest in how advanced dental technology is used to improve endodontic treatment outcomes, which led to the creation of a clinical reference book by him called “Diseases and Conditions in Dentistry”. He is the academic and regional representative for the British Society of Periodontology.

Gallery

  • A patient with congenital enamel defects (amelogenesis imperfecta) and tooth wear treated by crown lengthening surgery and all ceramic crowns on the upper teeth and a removable prosthesis on the lower teeth
  • A patient with acid erosion of teeth treated by conservative adhesive composite restorations
  • A patient with missing 8 teeth (hypodontia) and tooth wear treated by multiple resin-bonded bridges and conservative adhesive composite restorations
  • A patient with missing 3 upper front teeth rehabilitated with 2 dental implants and a fixed bridge
  • Additional clinical cases treated by Dr Keyvan Moharamzadeh have been published in his book, Diseases and Conditions in Dentistry, An Evidence-based Reference.
 

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