Meet our specialist Orthodontics

At the Oxford Orthodontic Centre, we are fortunate to have the specialist knowledge and skill of a team of experienced orthodontists. Find out more about these specialist orthodontists who’ll be administering your treatment.

All our orthodontists are registered on the Specialist List of the General Dental Council (GDC) of Great Britain after having dedicated a further three years of full-time postgraduate training to obtain their specialist orthodontic qualification of MOrth RCS.

Mr M Sadaf Khan

Specialist Orthodontist
GDC no. 78455

Sadaf is a Consultant Orthodontist at the Eastman Dental Hospital in London and until recently was a Consultant at the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford. He is involved with and has presented clinical research at national and international meetings and teaches orthodontic postgraduates at University College London. In addition he is a committee member on the education committee of the British Orthodontic Society.

Sadaf joined the Oxford Orthodontic Centre in April 2016 and is looking forward to working with general dental practitioners in the area to provide routine orthodontic treatment for NHS patients as well as the joint management of ortho-restorative cases. He is happy to provide adult orthodontics and is Invisalign certified as well as a certified provider for the Incognito lingual appliance.

Miss Sophia Wahla

Specialist Orthodontist
GDC no. 77608

Sophia Wahla is a specialist orthodontist who is trained to Hospital Consultant level. She qualified as a dentist at Glasgow University in 2000 and subsequently continued her professional development by gaining experience in a variety of dental disciplines including paediatric dentistry, and oral and maxillofacial surgery.

Sophia undertook her specialist orthodontic training at Guy’s Hospital, London where she was also awarded her Masters in Orthodontics. Sophia then trained further academically and clinically mainly in treating cases requiring multidisciplinary care such as Hypodontia Orthognathic Surgery at King’s College Hospital, London. She was awarded a Fellowship in Orthodontics by the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh.

Sophia joined the Oxford Orthodontic Centre in September 2016 and loves being an orthodontist. She finds it especially rewarding working with young children and seeing first-hand the improvement in their dental aesthetics and confidence at a critical stage in their development. She also enjoys the challenges of adult orthodontics and can provide a range of aesthetic brace options. She is committed to delivering excellent aesthetics and providing a high quality of clinical care to her patients.