Royal College of Surgeons of England,
British Dental Association,
British Orthodontic Society,
European Orthodontic Society
Zahra Sheriteh graduated at the University of Bristol with the Dental Gold Medal in Dentistry in 2001. Having worked as a Senior House Officer in Oral Maxillofacial Surgery and Paediatric Dentistry at various posts including Great Ormond Street Hospital and the Eastman Dental Hospital, Zahra pursued postgraduate training in Orthodontics at Kings College London in 2005. There, she was presented with a Merit for the MSc in Orthodontics. Zahra was subsequently awarded the Membership in Orthodontics by the Royal College of Surgeons of England in 2008.
Following this, she undertook FTTA training at the Royal London and Whipps Cross Hospitals and qualified with the Diploma of Fellowship in Orthodontics. Zahra was appointed Consultant in Orthodontics at the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust in 2011.
Zahra Sheriteh is widely published with a keen interest in research. She is highly experienced in all aspects of orthodontics, using a wide range of braces to transform the smiles of numerous patients of all ages. Her clinical interests include orthognathic management, treatment of impacted teeth and missing teeth. Zahra Sheriteh provides a wide range of braces including tooth coloured and invisible braces.