Dr Alif Moosajee is the Award-winning principal dentist at Oakdale Dental, a specialist dental practice in Leicester, and is also the author of the book ‘The Smiling Dentist’ a jargon-free book for patients about clinical dentistry.
Alif Qualified at Birmingham University in 2004 and has a particular interest in Implant Dentistry and Digital Dentistry and loves to merge those two interests to provide his patients a fully digital workflow.
Alif is a general practitioner and loves maintaining and treating his list and developing long lasting relationships with his patients. Committed to finding the win-win scenario for everyone, he understands that if he does the right thing by those he interacts with, then they will generally do the right thing by him.
He has a love for communication and finding ever more powerful and eloquent ways to allow his patients to better understand their mouths. It was this love that lead him to write his jargon- free book to help educate patients about dentistry.
As a principal, Alif is committed to utilising his team to deliver the best possible care, relying heavily on his therapist and nurses to help his patients get the best possible treatment and experience.
Alif loves sharing knowledge and regularly teaches CEREC and CEREC implantology at all levels. He lectures on numerous topics and also created the Leicester study club. He regularly makes appearances on BBC TV and Radio and on Channel 5 commenting on topical dental issues. After writing his book, he continues to put pen to paper writing for dental magazines ‘The Probe’ and ‘Dentistry’. He is on the editorial board for ‘Young Dentist’ magazine and has had articles published in journals including ‘Implant Dentistry Today’.
Alif was awarded Best Young Dentist UK and won the Fast Track 4 award in 2016.
Away from dentistry he loves spending time with his wife and daughter.
This Continuing Professional Development (CPD) activity fully complies with the CPD requirements of the General Dental Council.
And FMC certifies this activity for 1 hour of enhanced CPD in the subject of periodontal disease.
This CPD meets the criteria for the GDC’s development outcome A and C.