Dr. Rahman completed her specialist training in Oral surgery in Trinity College Dublin, and is particularly active in the continuing education field, providing hands on courses and lectures for dentists regularly.
Naomi qualified from Trinity College Dublin in 2004 with an honours degree in Dentistry. She was awarded the entrance exhibitioner award in 1999, and a three year scholarship award in 2000. Naomi has worked as a house officer in the Dublin Dental School and Hospital, and also in general practice. She was awarded the Membership of the Faculty of Dentistry by the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland in 2006. The following year, she undertook a three year Doctorate programme in Oral Surgery in the Dublin Dental School and Hospital, and graduated with a first class honours degree.
During this time she published numerous articles and has also been invited to speak at dental conferences on surgical related topics. Her thesis topics were on Trigeminal Neuralgia and dental and oro-facial pain. In 2010 she was awarded a fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland in Oral Surgery. She previously taught dental students in the Oral Surgery Department of the Dublin Dental School and Hospital.
She is a reviewer for articles submitted to the Journal of the Irish Dental Association, and is the President for the Metropolitan branch of the Irish Dental Association. She is also on the committee of the Irish Association of Oral Surgeons.
Dr. Rahman is a Consultant in the Mater Private Hospital.