Dr Ash Sharma

Ash qualified from Liverpool University in 1992.

After qualifying, he worked as an NHS dentist in Salford for 15 fabulous years. Ash then joined us at Barrington Dental Care in 2007 and became a partner in the practice in 2009. Ash is as passionate about dentistry today as when he first qualified.

His special interests are in cosmetic dentistry and implants.

He has undertaken the prestigious year long Tipton Restorative course, the Trafford General Hospital Certificate Implant course under the renown Implantologist Cemal Ucer, two Osteocare implant residencies, and is accredited for use of Inman Aligners and Quick Straight Teeth Orthodontic protocols.

Ash has two wonderful children, Meera and Arun and a fantastic wife, Heidi, who is a hygienist at the practice. When he’s not working, Ash likes walking with his family in the Lakes and Wales. He also loves football and cricket and for his sins, supports Manchester City and Lancashire, which can be very stressful.

Testimonial for Dr. Ash. Sharma

I broke a crown one of my front teeth with the break occurring at the top of the peg this meant that a new crown couldn’t be fitted this left three options:

  1. Partial denture
  2. Partial denture with bridging
  3. Dental implants

Ash discussed all three options and fully explained the pros and cons both in terms of the required dental work and the costs for each of the options; I choose to have dental implants.

The treatment was completed in several stages and at all times Ash kept me informed of the progress and on occasion the lack of progress! At this point he reinforced the other options as a way of speeding up the treatment, he fully supported my decision to keep trying to have the implants fitted.

After almost two years of treatments the implants were finally installed and I’m using this testimonial to thank Ash and his team, this includes the dental laboratory and it’s technicians, for their friendly and professional approach to help me achieve a return to my previous smile.

Yours truly,

G.E. Brown
October 2017