Celebrating 100 years of women dental professionals


Ameeta Sharmaa s

Where did you qualify and when?                                         UCL London   1990

What attracted you to dentistry? Working with other people in a surgery environment.

What are your current responsibilities in the profession?

Working in practice, working at HEE , honorary clinical teaching fellow at the University of Warwick, Mentor

Ameeta’s dental story

It was through hard work and determination that I was able to achieve my goals. Without the help and support from my family and close friends this would not have been possible. It is important to keep learning new things and helping colleagues. Dentistry is an ever-changing profession with many challenges. It is important to change with the times to achieve the optimum. I would recommend this career to any woman as you can have a work-life balance. Always have a sense of humour and keep smiling.

What has been your most memorable achievement in the profession?

Getting my MSc in implant dentistry with distinction

What advice would you give your younger self on qualifying?

Always do your best and work to a high standard.

Which of your mentors have influenced you the most?                   Harish Gupta.

How have you used mentoring throughout your career?

It has helped me to work through problems and also helping others with their’s.

Who We Are:

Dental Mentors UK is run by two experienced dental mentors.
We are:

We believe that all dental professionals would benefit from regularly working with a mentor from a personal as well as a professional point of view. Mentors are experienced dental professionals who can guide and support you throughout your career.

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