Q: What got you into this specific practice of dentistry?
A: I became interested in dentistry in high school when I realized that I always wanted to: work closely with my patients, create healthy and beautiful smiles, and be successful.
Q: What landed you in your city, and what is it that you like about the neighborhood?
A: Orlando’s great weather and environment is what led me to work here.
Q: Where did you recieve your undergraduate degree, your dental degree, and if so, did you participate in any residency program?
A: My undergraduate was received from the College of Dental Surgery in Sindh, Pakistan. Continuing education is as follows:
Loyola University - Endodontics
Walter Reed Army Medical Center - Periodontics
North Western University - Periodontics
University of Florida - Comprehensive Dentistry Program
University of Miami - Dental Implantology
Q: What are the most challenging parts of your every day practice?
A: Though there are many challenging parts of our every day practice, we always hold one goal in mind: to provide high quality, long-lasting dentistry to all our patients.
Q: How many years have you been in practice and when are your office hours?
A: I have been in practice since 1986, in Orlando, FL. The office hours are Monday - Thursday 8AM - 5PM, Friday 8AM - 2PM, and Saturday hours are by appointment only.
Q: What insurance does your practice accept?
A: Our practice accepts all major insurances and numerous others.
Q: Investments have been made in various types of technology including:
A: CEREC (which is the most advanced, computerized dental technology in the World), Intra Oral Cameras, Preview Wax-Up Process, Digital Panorex, and Digital Radiography. Another investment our office has made is an on-site dental lab.
Q: What 5 procedures do you feel your practice excels in above others?
A: - Aesthetic dentistry - using the advanced CEREC technology allows us to create precise, color-matched ceramic fillings, crowns, veneers, inlays… most of the restorations created in one appointment!
- Periodontal procedures
- Implants - replacing teeth using dental implants, prosthetic teeth that are attached to permanently imbedded anchors, allowing our patients to chew and bite just as they would with their natural teeth.
- Root Canals
Q: What are the best moments that make it worth it?
A: The best moments that make it worth being a dentist are creating those beautiful smiles.