Mutahair Rahman


Sedation Specialist
Specialty Dentist Restorative (Periodontology)
Educational Supervisor

GDC No. 156364

Mutahir is an expert dental sedationist catering for dental phobic and anxious patient. Mutahir qualified from the University of Birmingham, following a successful year in vocational training, he has held Senior House Officer posts in Maxillofacial Surgery, Oral medicine and Restorative dentistry. He currently holds the post of Specialty Dentist and Senior Dental Officer, with interests in periodontology, intravenous sedation and aesthetics. He is involved with research in particular periodontal disease and links with chronic kidney disease in collaboration with the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.

Mutahir is actively involved in teaching and assessments; he holds the post of honorary clinical lecturer with the University of Birmingham and as an educational supervisor for the DCT1 training programme within the West Midlands. He also provides support for professionals as a certified Mentor/Coach for Health Education England West Midlands Deanery.

Mutahir joined RESTORE Dental Specialists as a dental seditionist and assist in management of very complex cases requiring dental sedation. He assists other specialists at RESTORE and provides dental sedation for patient requiring Implant Surgery, root canal treatment and Periodontal (gum) treatments.

Mutahir maintains his knowledge and skills by completing regular postgraduate courses, he has completed Facial Aesthetics course and Diploma in conscious sedation. He has an in-depth knowledge of the facial anatomy with experience in undertaking wrinkle reduction treatments and facial fillers. He also actively participates within the profession and is currently the Director of the FGDP West Midlands Division and Vice-Chair of the BDA Central Birmingham Section. He is a member of the British Society of Periodontology, British Dental Association and the Society for the Advancement of Anaesthesia in Dentistry.

Mutahir is committed to the care of patients and their general health and wellbeing.