Dr. Sheila is a multi-award-winning cosmetic dentist with a special interest in full face rejuvenation in the field of Aesthetic Medicine. She qualified as a dental surgeon from King’s College London, and also holds a first-class honours degree in Biomedical Science. Dr. Sheila is one of the lead trainers at The London Academy of Aesthetic Medicine and over the last 6 years, has delivered non-surgical injectables training to more than 900 doctors, surgeons, dentists & nurses. She is passionate about raising the standards in the practice of safe and ethical facial aesthetics and she is due to complete her Masters in Aesthetic Medicine at Queen Mary University of London, this summer 2021.
Dr. Sheila is passionate about Aesthetic Medicine. As a full member of the British Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, she also sits on two committees, actively promoting excellence, ethical practice and education in cosmetic dentistry. She takes great pride in delivering high quality ethical treatment and training, dedicating a tremendous amount of her time to continued lifelong learning by attending masterclasses and conferences both nationally and internationally, renewing her expertise to deliver the safest, most up to date and evidence-based techniques to her patients.
Dr. Sheila shares her time with her daughters, treating patients, teaching other doctors, dentists & nurses and undertaking a Masters in Aesthetic Medicine. She is fiercely passionate about delivering the highest standard of care for her patients and empowering her patients to be involved in their treatment planning. She is able to provide a comprehensive and predictable approach to full face treatments, and her gentle approach, caring and kind nature, alongside her desire to truly understand her patient’s goals, mean that every aspect of her patient’s treatment journey is diligently planned and their results, truly unique to them.
Dr. Sheila believes in natural-looking treatments that enhance her patient’s beauty with undetectable results. She will select the safest techniques that will balance and harmonise the face, rather than a “stiff” or “obviously treated” appearance.