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Dr Ahmed El Hadidi

Dr Ahmed El Hadidi

Dr Ahmed El Hadidi

Specialist Periodontist Qualifications – BDS, MRACDS (GDP), DCD (perio)

Ahmed completed his specialty degree in Periodontics from the University of Melbourne following his 15 years of practice as a general dentist. He graduated from Cairo and then moved to Australia in 2010, where he practiced in Launceston, then Sydney, before settling in Melbourne in 2016. While practicing all fields of dentistry, Ahmed's passion and interest were in the fields of periodontics and implant dentistry, motivating him to join the specialty program in 2020. His research thesis aimed to identify the DNA mutations increasing the susceptibility to periodontal disease. This will help build a susceptibility profile for our patients, enabling us to offer them a tailored management plan and thus apply the precision medicine principle.

Ahmed is a member of ADA, AOS, ASP, and ITI organizations, which helps continuously update his professional knowledge. Ahmed provides a range of procedures, including non-surgical/surgical periodontal therapy, regenerative procedures, hard and soft tissue grafting, aesthetic procedures (e.g. crown lengthening, managing recession defects), and all aspects of implant dentistry.

Outside dentistry, Ahmed enjoys his free time with his family. He enjoys fishing during the holidays and is always ready to play tennis.


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