BDS Hons (University of Baghdad, Iraq), NZDREX
Dr. Nash graduated (with Honours) in 2001 and since then he has worked overseas and in New Zealand both at hospital and in private dental clinics. He sees himself as a progressive learner, he has extended his knowledge and advanced both his clinical and communication skills through extensive post graduate continuing educational courses in multiple fields of dentistry both here in NZ and overseas including:
- Dental Implants;
- Bone and gum grafting solutions;
- Surgical wisdom teeth removal under IV sedation;
- Dental extractions;
- Full mouth rehabilitation;
- Digital smile makeover and cosmetic dentistry;
- Orthodontics (Braces and Invisalign);
- Facial Aesthetics and Teeth grinding solutions (Muscle relaxants like Dysport)
Dr. Nash completed a Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS) in 2001 with honours from University of Baghdad/ Iraq, being one of a handful of students in his class to achieve an honours. He worked full-time at Baghdad University overseeing undergraduate dental students in various fields of dentistry.
He came to NZ in 2003, went on to start his family while finishing his NZ dental registration examinations in 2006.
He had established two successful dental practices both in North shore and South Auckland, before joining the team at Kumeu Dental in 2017.
Dr. Nash is a current member of the NZ Dental Association, Fellow of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists (ICOI) and Fellow of the International College of Continuing Dental Education (ICCDE)
Dr. Nash takes pride in being an excellent dentist. He keeps up to date with the latest research and modern trends in various fields of dentistry. He always provides the highest standard of care to his patients in a compassionate and considerate manner.
- Bachelor of Dental Surgery with Hons, BDS (Hons), University of Baghdad, Iraq
- NZDREX, New Zealand
- Fellow of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists (ICOI)
- Fellow of the International College of Continuing Dental Education (ICCDE)
- Fellow of the NZ Society for Anaesthesia and Sedation in Dentistry