Dr Noor Sacoor qualified from the University of Manchester in 1983. She later joined the Sacoor Dental practice in Acton in 1987.
Her calm and sensitive demeanour allows her to address any anxiety and nervousness experienced by her patients. Dr Sacoor's purpose has forever been to continually improve the practice with the intention of providing the best care for her patients. She follows her motto “treat the person; not just the mouth”.
Dr Sacoor attends courses regularly to feed her passion for first-rate dentistry. She has attended the Cosmetic Dentistry and Aesthetic restorative Course by Chris Orr, Inman Aligners, Six Month Smiles and the Implant Restoration Course by 3i in order to give her patients the best that modern dentistry has to offer. She is also a Licenciate of the Faculty of Homeopathy and has a certificate for Acupuncture for Dentistry to give her patients a holistic approach to dentistry.
She is an active member of the LDC (Local Dental Committee) which helps to keep her informed about NHS dentistry. She is also a member of the BDA (British Dental Association) and the BACD (British Academy of Cosmetic Dentists).
In her personal life, Dr Sacoor is married to Karim and has two children. Her son is 25 years old and has autism. This has given her the insight to treat patients with special needs with the special care they require. Her daughter is in her final year at The Dental Institute at Guy’s, King’s and St Thomas’, King’s College London, and is thoroughly enjoying the experience.
BDS Manc 1983
DGDP (UK) 1996