Mrs Zahra Sheriteh

Job title

Consultant in orthodontics

Qualifications

BDS MFDS (RCS Eng) MSc MOrth (RCS Eng) FDS (Orth)

GMC Number

79153

Contact details

Related services

Maxillofacial

Biography

Zahra Sheriteh is highly experienced in all aspects of orthodontics and is a postgraduate trainer.  Her clinical interests include dentofacial deformity, impacted teeth and hypodontia.  She chairs the Barnet and Enfield orthodontic managed clinical network and is a member of the British Orthodontic Society and the Royal College of Surgeons.

Publications

Maiden name: Zahra Tejani

  • Johal A, Sheriteh Z, Battagel J, Marshall C. The use of videofluoroscopy in the assessment of the pharyngeal airway in obstructive sleep apnoea. European Journal of Orthodontics, 2011; 33(2):212-219
  • Sheriteh Z, Hassan T, Sherriff M, Cobourne M. Decontamination procedures for tungsten carbide debonding burs: a cross sectional survey of hospital Journal of Orthodontics, 2010; 37(3):174-180
  • Sheriteh Z, Hassan T, Sherriff M, Cobourne M, Riley P. Decontamination of viable Streptococcus mutans from orthodontic tungsten carbide debonding burs. An in vitro microbiological study. Journal of Orthodontics, 2010; 37(3):181-187
  • Sheriteh Z, Ryan F. Contemporary Orthodontics: Dublin Spring Meeting Report. BOS News, Summer 2009; 14(2):18-20
  • Sheriteh Z, Cochrane S. Smartclip in Spain. BOS News, Autumn 2009; 14(3):19
  • Tejani Z, Johnson A, Mason C, Goodman J. Multiple crown-root fractures in primary molars and a suspected subcondylar fracture following trauma: a report of a case. Dental Traumatology, 2008; 24:253-256
  • Batra P, Tejani Z, Mars M. X-Linked Hypophosphatemia: dental and histological findings. Journal of Canadian Dental Association, February 2006; 72(1):69-72
  • Tejani Z, Batra P, Mason C, Atherton D. Focal dermal hypoplasia: oral and dental findings. Journal of Clinical Pediatric Dentistry, 2005 Fall; 30(1):67-72
  • Tejani Z, Kok EC, Mason C, Griffiths B. The use of overdentures in children with cleft lip and palate: a report of two cases. Journal of Clinical Pediatric Dentistry, 2005 Summer; 29(4):299-306