Sherry was qualified with her degree in Dental Surgery at the University of Bristol in 2018 and completed her postgraduate training in Cheltenham.
Sherry spent a year working at the Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery department in Queens Medical Centre of Nottingham as a Senior House Officer. Here she gained significant experience in some areas of interest including oral surgery and oral medicine. Alongside this, she gained Membership with the prestigious Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh with a Faculty of Dental Surgery Diploma.
Sherry is undertaking a Master degree in Aesthetic Dentistry with King’s College London. Her practice is focused on Aesthetic and restorative Dentistry using minimally-invasive techniques. This includes a particular interest in smile enhancement using tooth whitening, composite bonding and ceramic restorations.
In addition, Sherry has travelled extensively to learn from the best clinicians in the world including the world-renowned Pascal Magne in Switzerland. This extensive training enables Sherry to provide evidence-based, predictable and conservative solutions to her patient’s dental concerns. Sherry’s philosophy is to harmonise the durability and the aesthetics of restorations she provides.
Outside dentistry, Sherry is a keen pianist, plays tennis, and has a passion for art.