Dr Alessandro Lamira
Dental Surgeon GDC No: 105909
BDS, MSc Periodontology (Brasil), PhD Endodontics - FORP - USP, OMFS - Impath-Leuven-Belgium
Alessandro has worked at Covent Garden Dental Practice since 2006. He practices general dentistry, while having a special interest and a masters in Periodontics. In 2018 he completed his PhD in Endodontics. Alessandro is a continuous and passionate learner. He is always knowledgeable and considerate of the latest advancements in dental practice.
He has trained in the UK, Portugal and Brazil, where he was a clinical teacher at Sao Paolo University and a part-time clinical teacher in Periodontology at Kings College London from 2008-2013.
Alessandro has a particular interest in cosmetic dentistry, including Invisalign, as well as treating periodontal and endodontic diseases. He is highly regarded by his incredibly loyal patients thanks to his thorough and gentle approach.
He is multilingual, fluent in English, Portuguese, Spanish and Italian.
In his spare time Alessandro enjoys exercise in all forms, especially swimming. He is fortunate to travel extensively, spending quality time with his family and friends. He loves watching independent films and reading non fiction, specifically historical and political texts.
“Quantitative Assessment of 2-dimensional Parameters in Tomographic Images by Using Different Segmentation methods.” Basic Research – Technology. Camargo, R.V., Mazzi-Chaves, J.F., Leoni, G.G, Vasconcelos, K.F., Lamira, A., Jacobs, R., Sousa-Neto, M.D. 2020
Treatment of a palatal groove-related periodontal bone defect’, Quintessence International, USA, Volume 21, Number 5, 2000
‘Early Onset Periodontics’, Periodontics Magazine, Brazil, Volume 11, No. 3, June 2003
Comparison of the cleaning efficacy of self-adjusting file and rotary systems in the apical third of oval shaped canals, JOE, volume 39, number 3, 2013.
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