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Dr. Ajay Suri, DDS is an orthodontics practitioner in Little Rock, AR. He graduated from Texas A&M University Health Science Center / Baylor College of Dentistry and practices orthodontics.Read his story
This content was provided by Dr. Suri "Dr. Ajay Suri completed his doctoral degree at Baylor College of Dentistry and postdoctoral education at the University of California, San Francisco. There he received both a specialty certification in orthodontics as well as a Master of Science degree in Oral Biology. Before accomplishing both of these feats, he received a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Iowa and a bachelors degree in engineering from M.R. Engineering college. Along with this, he is an active member of the Arkansas State Dental Association, American Dental Association, and the American Association of Orthodontists. He has completed extensive volunteer work at an orthodontic clinic in Oakland, California providing treatments to the under-privileged patients and also staffed several volunteer health fairs. Dr. Suri has taught at several universities and colleges including UALR and Pulaski Technical School. Dr. Suri sincerely cares about each patient. He is committed to quality and will make every effort to ensure that each visit is a pleasant experience."
This content was provided by Dr. Suri "Everything we do centers around making both your teeth and face look better because of our treatment. Traditional orthodontics often required the removal of up to eight teeth to allow for the necessary space to remedy a crowded mouth. Using our new technologies, the extraction of teeth occurs far less than it used to. As a result our patients enjoy a beautiful final result along with the facial support that comes with maintaining all of your teeth for your lifetime. We do still extract teeth when it is apparent that either the face of the patient, or their overall dental condition, will benefit from such care. However, this decision is made only after exhaustively reviewing the patient diagnostic records as well as all non-extraction treatment choices. We want our patients to be happy with their final result now as well as many years into the future."