I graduated with a five-year dental degree at Benghazi University; I was one of the top students during my five years of undergraduate studying. After graduation, I worked as a general dentist for four years. Two of my family members are periodontists, my mother and my sister, who carried out a specialist degree from Trinity University. I wanted to continue the legacy, so I decided in the year 2014 to finish up a three-year specialist course in Periodontology and implant surgery from Trinity University. I also got my membership in dental surgery followed by a fellowship in periodontology & implant surgery from the Royal College of Surgeons- Ireland. Currently, I am working as a periodontist at different general and specialist practices across Ireland. I am a member of the Irish Society of Periodontology and the European Federation of Periodontology.
In addition to my career as a clinician, I am very passionate about human rights and the role of science and research in the development and progress of societies in different countries and cultures across the world. My work and passion in this field have also made me realize the importance of valuing every individual by treating them with respect, patience, and compassion.