Ms Tasleem Ahmed is a leading Cosmetic and Implant Dentist practising at Longwood House Dental Practice and Implant Practice, South East London, which was awarded Best Patient Care in 2016.
The talented dental surgeon offers a variety of treatments, but her special interests include occlusion and orthodontics, implants and periodontal treatment.
Ms Ahmed has been recognised by the CQC (Care Quality Commission) for her care, safe practice and encouraging patients to be involved in their care. She offers an in-depth consultation and a tailored approach to treatment and she is an expert in caring for nervous patients. Her expertise and experience enable her to provide the best care possible.
She began her career at the renowned Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust where she graduated with a Bachelor of Dental Surgery and completed a fellowship in Dental Surgery of the Royal College of Surgeons. Has a keen interest in dental education and is a clinical teacher in restorative dentistry at the prestigious dental school of Kings University College London, and provides in house training and seminars to help educate others in the field.
She is a volunteer ambassador for both the National Autistic Society where she visits schools and organizations to raise awareness of Autistic Spectrum Disorder and Asperger’s Syndrome and at Great Ormond Street Hospital where she promotes fundraising events to raise vital funds for the hospital.