Dr Rizwan Khawaja
BDS (University of Manchester)
GDC no. 193011
Dr Rizwan Khawaja, also known as Riz by his patients, graduated from the University of Manchester in 2010. Since qualifying he has worked across Cheshire in practices, specialist centres and treatment centres.
As a certified dentist in Inman Aligner treatments, Riz has a passion for cosmetic dentistry. He is also working towards specializing in restorative dentistry in the near future.
In his spare time, he can be found on the golf course or at Old Trafford, supporting his beloved football club, Manchester United.
He also loves travel and considers himself as a bit of a foodie!
Dr Uzma Khawaja graduated from King’s College London in 2011 before continuing further training in oral surgery and maxillofacial duties, in London.
In 2011 Uzma was announced runner up for the highly prestigious University of London Gold Medal for Dentistry. She then went on to achieve her MFDS (Membership of the Faculty of Dental Surgery) from the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh.
Since qualifying, she has been practicing in Cheshire, London & Leicestershire also offering orthodontic treatments such as cosmetic braces.
Uzma says the most satisfying part of her job is treating people who suffer with nerves and anxiety – helping them to overcome their fear of the dentist’s chair.
In her spare time she enjoys traveling and yoga.
Dr. Nadeem Ahmed
BDS (University of Birmingham), MFGDP, PGCert. Orth, PGCert. Med. Ed.
GDC no. 69476
After qualifying from the University of Birmingham in 1993, Dr Nadeem Ahmed, aka Tony, has a specialist interest in orthodontics, including Invisalign, Lingual and all other forms of cosmetic braces, as well as oral surgery and facial/cosmetic dentistry.
Practicing across Staffordshire and the West Midlands, he has also been a senior house officer in oral and maxillofacial surgery.
He chaired the LDN (Local Dental Network) for Shropshire and Staffordshire for three years and also has 11 years of teaching under his belt.
A keen bilingual, Tony is fluent in Urdu, Hindi and Punjabi.
The Edge Dental is regulated by the GDC (General Dental Council).
The council requires us to:
Put patientsʼ interests first
Communicate effectively with patients
Obtain valid consent
Maintain and protect patientsʼ information
Have a clear & effective complaints procedure
Work with colleagues in a way that is in the patientsʼ best interest
Raise concerns if patients are at risk
Make sure our personal behaviour maintains patients confidence in us and the dental profession