Dr. Wessam Atteya or ‘Sam,’ as he is lovingly called, has over 18 years of experience in dentistry. Over the years, Dr Atteya worked with multiple reputable institutions. He has worked with Royal Dental Hospital of Melbourne and in multiple private practices in Cairo, Egypt and Melbourne.

The varied experience across cultures gives Dr. Atteya a unique perspective towards doctor-patient relationship. Dr. Atteya is counted among the best dentists in Melbourne. He believes that excellent dentistry provided with compassion could have a long lasting, profound effect on a patient’s life. Dr Atteya has special interests in Implant Dentistry and Oral Surgery (especially wisdom teeth surgeries).

When he is not working, Dr. Atteya loves spending time with his two daughters and his wife and also enjoys playing tennis and soccer.

When asked what his motto is, Dr. Atteya proudly says, “Quality dentistry, quality life.”

The following are some of Dr. Atteya’s associations

      •   Dr Atteya is a visiting lecturer at the Royal Dental Hospital of Melbourne for the Clinical Training Unit of the Dental Health Services of Victoria.
      •   Dr Atteya has attained the well reputable Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons (FRACDS-Sydney) and is now a mentor for the MRACDS-GDP program students.
      •   He holds a membership of the Faculty of Dental Surgery of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (MFDS RCSEd)
      •  He holds a membership of the Faculty of Dentistry of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (MFDS RCSI)
      •  Dr. Atteya is also a member of:
        • ADA “Australian Dental Association”, Australia
        • ITI “International Team for Implantology”, Switzerland
        • APS “Australian Prosthodontic Society”, Australia
        • AOS “Australian Osseointegration Society”, Australia
        • ASID “Australian Society of Implant Dentistry”, Australia
        • AOS “Australian Osseointegration Society”, Australia
        • ICOI “International Congress of Oral Implantologists”, USA
        • FOR “Foundation for Oral Rehabilitation”, Switzerland