About Dr. Sam Sherif

DR. SAM SHERIF, B.D.S. D.MED.SC. HARVARD UNIVERSITY
GDC Number: 82539

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Education
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  • Graduate of Harvard School of Dental Medicine
  • Five-year full-time Advanced Graduate Prosthodontic Residency, which is the specialty of implant, esthetic and full mouth reconstructive dentistry.
  • Doctorate of Medical Sciences/PhD from Harvard Medical School. His fields of research relating to implants include microbiology and systematic reviews.

Dr. Sam Sherif takes pride in offering the finest in patient care and services to each and every patient. He is determined to give you the smile you deserve! In fact, some of the most beautiful smiles in Derbyshire have come through our doors. He is rapidly becoming known as leading cosmetic and implant dentist for people who want to look younger and feel better about their teeth.

The entire staff shares his philosophy and commitment to provide you with excellence in cosmetic dentistry with the highest level of service. We build long-lasting dental relationships one smile at a time and we take great pride in helping you achieve your dream smile.

Dr. Sam Sherif, Accredited Prosthodontist

There are only 3,200 prosthodontists in comparison to 170,000 general dentists in the United States. That’s because prosthodontists train for 3-5 more years than ordinary dentists.

Prosthodontics is one of the 9 official dental specialities. It is the speciality of restoring natural teeth and creating and placing natural-looking substitute or prosthetic teeth.

A Prosthodontist is a dentist who has spent an additional 3 to 5 years in full-time residency training, akin to your cardiologist, post the 8 years training to become a dentist. Prosthodontists are trained to restore your mouth comprehensively using knowledge and skills together with the latest techniques and modern materials.

Their aim is to get your mouth fully restored to optimal function and appearance and in so doing, help you to maintain your teeth for as long as possible and reduce the need for future dental treatment.