Dr. Maryam Rahnama completed her degree as a Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) in 1997, before moving to Australia with her family in 2002. She then completed the Australian Dental Council (ADC) examinations in Melbourne and obtained the certificate in April 2004. Since then, she has practised dentistry in both public and private practices in Melbourne and Perth. Maryam has been working as a dentist in multiple private practices in the “South of River” Perth, in suburbs such as Fremantle, Winthrop, Murdoch, Myaree and Applecross, since 2008. She is registered with Dental Board of Australia / Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and is a member of Australian Dental Association (ADA).
Maryam enjoys keeping up with the latest technology in dentistry and is constantly developing her clinical skills and techniques by attending regular professional development courses. She has a very calm and gentle attitude and approach towards her patients.
Maryam enjoys treating children and adolescents and always focuses on establishing good oral hygiene from an early age, and always make the dental treatment experience fun and enjoyable for kids. She strongly believes in the value of preventive treatment and always promotes a healthy oral habit and diet.
Maryam provides the best personalised solution for every patient, regardless of their age. She enjoys moderate forms of restorative and cosmetic treatment, for example, root canal treatment, crown and bridge work and preventive treatment.
Outside of the practice, Maryam enjoys spending time with her family, painting, doing pilates and being active in the outdoors.
Dr Sylvana Mason
Sylvana is a UK trained Dentist living in Perth with her husband and daughter. She graduated from Newcastle University, England in 2011 and has been working in Perth as a Dentist since 2014. She gained her fellowship in Implant Dentistry with the Dentistry and Implantology Academy at Miami University in 2019 and her Diploma of Membership of the Faculty of Dental Surgery at the Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh in 2013.
She has had the opportunity to obtain a wide variety of experience throughout her career having worked as an Associate Dentist in suburban practices throughout the United Kingdom, New Zealand and Australia. In addition to this she has also been challenged by leading dentistry teams in remote areas of Western Australia with the Royal Flying Doctor Service, as well as providing dental care for refugees on Christmas Island with International Health and Medical Services. She has also volunteered twice in India providing dental care to rural areas with Equal Health and Work the World. Through these experiences she feels she has improved her communication skills and cultural awareness.
In her spare time she enjoys travelling and doing adventurous activities with her family and friends.