Dr Guy Sharon
Available in London studios: Bank, Moorgate and Soho
GDC Number: 187888
Dr Guy Sharon qualified in 2002 from the Hadassah Dental School in Jerusalem.
Between 2002 and 2006 he trained as an oral surgeon working in two large hospitals in Israel. Here he was responsible for both major and minor oral surgery procedures including setting fractured jaws and correcting jaw malformations. During this time he also trained in placing implants working in several private clinics.
Between 2006 and 2010 he worked exclusively as a private oral surgeon.
In 2010 he moved to London where he has been working as a visiting oral surgeon placing implants in clinics in Harley Street, Golders Green and the Gingerbread House in Shenley.
He has placed over 2,500 implants over the past 10 years with a surgical success rate of over 98%. As an oral surgeon he regularly performs procedures associated with implant placement that enhances the success rate of the treatment and improves the aesthetics and function of the final restoration.
These include bone augmentation particle lock (3D Bone Block Method), both open and closed sinus lifts and using the PRF technique to conserve bone following tooth extraction.
He believes in minimally invasive techniques for implant placement which reduces trauma and minimizes post treatment discomfort.
In selected cases Dr Sharon will place the implant at the time of extraction to reduce the time the patient will need to wait for the permanent restoration.
In addition to implant placement Dr Sharon regularly treats patients with other conditions that require oral surgery. These include regular extractions prior to implant placement where bone preservation is necessary, impacted wisdom teeth extractions, crown lengthening procedures and apicectomies.
Dr Marios Taramides
Cosmetic Dentistry, Oral Implantology, Periodontology
Dr Marios Taramides received his diploma for dentistry from the Albert-Ludwig-University of Freiburg, Germany in 1991.
He specialized as a periodontist and prosthodontist in Sweden for 3 years and, in 1994, achieved his Master’s degree from Lund University, one of Europe’s oldest, largest and most prestigious universities. 1994 he was accepted by the Loma Linda University in California as an assistant professor, where he lectured for 6 months. His dedication to practicing dentistry and the skills he had obtained drew him back to Cyprus.
In 1999 Dr Taramides founded the Cyprus Periodontal Society of which he was the first president for nine years.
Dr Marios Taramides was also for ten years the vice president of the Sophia Foundation for Children, a non-profitable organization for orphan children in Kenya, where he organized dental missions.
He regularly attends various workshops and clinical trials internationally where he presents new methods, focusing on the latest in implants and cosmetic dentistry.
He is a member of the General Dental Council in the UK and a member of the European Periodontal Society.
In January 2017 Dr Taramides began a visiting clinic in Harley Street, London before moving onto further collaborations with other dental clinics in London. His loves include the piano and poetry. Marios is also an accomplished photographer.