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A/Prof David Sherring is a specialist Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon hoding both medical and dental qualifications. A/Prof Sherring completed a Bachelor of Dental Surgery from the University of Sydney (1992) prior to entering the Australian Regular Army. He saw Active Service prior to discharge from the Regular Army in 1996, remaining in the Army Reserve. He commenced Specialist Surgical training in Adelaide in 1996, completing his training in 2003 having obtained a Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (2002), Doctor of Clinical Dentistry (2002) by Research (Obstructive Sleep Apneoa) from the University of Adelaide and the specialist surgical fellowship FRACDS(OMS)(2003).
A/Prof Sherring completed post-Fellowship training in Swansea, Wales before commencing private practice in Miranda in 2004.
A/Prof Sherring holds Senior Medical Officer appointments at multiple Public Hospitals since 2005. He also operates from Kareena Private Hospital, St George Private Hospital and Kingsway Day Surgery.
He is the Associate Professor, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at Charles Sturt University and is involved in teaching of undergraduate students at that institution. He also teaches surgical registrars in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.
A/Prof Sherring's area of interest is the management of facial injuries and growth anomalies involving the facial skeleton, particularly those causing issues with occlusion and/or obstructive sleep apnoea.
A/Prof Sherring undertakes dentoalveolar and dental implant surgery, including complex treatment involving grafting procedures to the jaws or sinus.
A/Prof Sherring has been examining trainees in Oral and Maxillofacial surgery since 2006 and is currently an examiner for the Part 2 Fellowship Examination.
David has been a member of ANZAOMS Council since 2010 and was elected Vice President in 2015. He has been an elected member of the RACDS OMS Board of Studies and is currently a committee member. He has previously seen active service with the Australian Regular Army and remained in the reserve Forces following discharge. He treats both serving and DVA patients.