San Jose CA Dentist, Pearly Dental Care
Being a dentist can be one of the most challenging of occupations, but also can be one of the most rewarding and gratifying. I believe a knowledgeable dentist can make a positive change in her patients’ lives.
Restoring a beautiful smile that brings self-confidence to the patient, aligning the teeth by orthodontics that provide ideal occlusion and function of the teeth, and improving tooth function and nutrition are some of the ways I am able to make a difference in my patients’ lives. It is something I am truly passionate about. What I like most about my job is that I get to interact with people on a daily basis.
That’s what practicing dentistry is all about: interacting and communicating. My job has given me the opportunity to learn a lot — not only about my patients but also about myself. They have taught me to trust, which is what an effective doctor-patient relationship is built upon.
When my patients make an appointment to see me, they are telling me they trust my knowledge, experience, and ability to manage their care effectively. As they trust me and as we build the relationship, the trust becomes reciprocal.
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I trust them to be truthful and honest and follow through on the instructions given, and we become a team.
EDUCATION AND CONTINUING EDUCATION Doctorate of Dental Surgery – University of California San Francisco (UCSF) Doctorate of Dental Surgery with honors – Dental School in Tehran, Iran, 1997 Dental technology changes on a nearly daily basis, and continuing education keeps me on top of those changes.
By updating my knowledge about the latest diagnostic, preventive, and treatment methods, I can educate my patients about the causes of diseases, offer all alternative treatments that suit them, and maintain their achieved oral health. In California, it is required to complete 50 hours of continuing education every two years, but I have taken more than 150 hours in 2015 alone! Farsi speaking dentist near me
I also attend two professional study clubs for courses related to advanced general dentistry, orthodontics, implant surgeries and restorations, safety in the office, and patient confidentiality (HIPAA).