Dr Mansour arrived to Australia with his family in 1999 with ENT specialist qualifications and then decided to specialise in the field of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery because of the great passion he had for surgery on facial trauma.
Dr Mansour commenced his dental degree as a mandatory requirement for training in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery in 2000 at Sydney University. He graduated with an Honours Degree in 2004 and was awarded the prize for competency in Oral Surgery and Oral Medicine. He commenced his maxillofacial specialist training in 2005 in Victoria for one year then joined the Queensland training program for another three years. He completed his Specialist training in January 2009 and was admitted to the Fellowship of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery.
Dr Mansour has been working in private practice and worked at the University of Queensland since the completion of his training. He practices all aspects of oral and maxillofacial surgery including impacted teeth, facial trauma, facial deformity, and oral pathology with a special interest in the full mouth rehabilitation with dental implants. He currently holds an adjunct associate professor position in oral and maxillofacial surgery at the Dental School, University of Queensland, teaching the future dentists and maxillofacial registrars in training to be specialists.
Dr Mansour lectures extensively at the dental school and other educational venues in the fields of general medicine, general surgery, oral surgery, bone grafting and head and neck anatomy. He supervised a number of courses including orthognathic surgery and head and neck dissection courses. Dr Mansour also teaches extensively hands on courses in dental implants for general dentists.