Dr. Sheik Mohamed S. BDS, MDS Consultant Endodontist and Senior Resident

Dr. M.G.R Medical University, Chennai

Bharath University, Chennai

Dr Sheik Mohamed graduated from Bharath University in Conservative Dentistry & Endodontics with a distinguished fourteen-year career, showcasing profound expertise in the intricacies of aberrant root canal treatments and retreatment procedures. Adept in navigating the complexities of challenging cases, he brings a wealth of experience and commitment to achieving optimal and predictable outcomes.
Dr Sheik's professional journey has been marked by a comprehensive understanding of endodontic and restorative principles, enabling him to tackle even the most intricate root canal scenarios with precision and finesse. Having honed his skills over the years, he is well-versed in employing advanced techniques and technologies to ensure the highest standards of patient care and well-being.
Dr Sheik has successfully managed and treated various cases, including Maxillofacial casualty, demonstrating a capacity to address diverse oral health challenges. His commitment to staying abreast of the latest advancements in the field allows him to offer patients cutting-edge solutions while maintaining a compassionate approach.

Special Procedures:
Persistent Endodontic Infection Management
Acute Maxillofacial Trauma Management
Aesthetic Subgingival Margin Management
Primary and Secondary Endodontic Management
Esthetic and Complex Reconstruction
CAM/Castable restorations
Biomimetic Restorations
Esthetic Facial Suturing & Wound management

Microbial Flora in Lichen Planus at the National Conference 2006


Best Paper on unique C-shaped canal morphology management in maxillary second molars - A case study at Ecclires 2014.
Paper on Aberrant root canal Anatomy and Management in maxillary Molars at IES Conference 2012.
Paper on Management of C-Shaped DB Canal in maxillary second molars at the National Conference 2014.
Paper on Shear bond strength of NiCr Alloy bonded to composite Resin at National Convention 2012.