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Dr. Suhail Al Amad
Cavity treatment · Orthodontics
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University hospital of sharjah
Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
University Hospital Sharjah P.O. Box 72772, University City, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
Welcome to the University Hospital of Sharjah, where exceptional dental care is provided by the esteemed Dr. Suhail Al-Amad. With an impressive array of qualifications and a wealth of experience, Dr. Al-Amad is dedicated to ensuring your oral health and overall well-being. Dr. Al-Amad's expertise is showcased by his extensive educational background. He holds a Doctor of Clinical Dentistry degree from Australia and is recognized by the Australian Board in Oral Medicine and General Dentistry. Additionally, he is a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons, adding to his exceptional qualifications. Specializing in the field of Oral Medicine, Dr. Al-Amad has gained valuable experience in the treatment of oral diseases, oro-facial pains, and disorders of the jaw joint, commonly known as Temporomandibular Joint Disorders (TMD). His expertise has been honed through his work at renowned institutions such as the Royal Dental Hospital of Melbourne in Australia and the University Dental Hospital in Sharjah, UAE. As an Associate Professor at the University of Sharjah, Dr. Al-Amad is committed to the advancement of knowledge in his field. He actively engages in research, focusing on areas such as Oral Medicine, infection control, and medico-legal issues. This dedication exemplifies his passion for staying at the forefront of dental practices and ensuring the highest quality of care for his patients. Dr. Al-Amad's exceptional skills and qualifications extend beyond clinical practice. He holds a Graduate Diploma in Forensic Odontology from the prestigious University of Melbourne, making him a qualified Forensic Dentist. His expertise in forensic dentistry has been utilized in providing crucial forensic testimony in various criminal cases in Australia and Jordan. In recognition of his outstanding contribution, he was awarded the Australian Federal Police Operations Medal for his role in identifying victims of the Indian Ocean Tsunami in 2005.