Dentistry | Male | 45 years old
Omid Termechi DDS
3012 30th Ave Ste 230
Astoria, NY 11102
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About Dr Termechi
Dr Termechi is a leading practitioner, educator and innovator in implant dentistry. With offices in Astoria and Long Island , he provides the full range of general implant and cosmetic dentistry services. Both offices are equipped with state of the art digital X-rays and 3D scanning. Using minimally invasive pain-free procedures, Dr Termechi restores smiles and works closely with his patients to help them maintain their dental health.
Dr. Termechi received his DDS from NYU in 1998. He completed one year of residency at Interfaith Hospital and second year at Kings-brook Jewish Medical Center and finished with two years of full time training in dental implants and Bio materials.
Dr Termechi lectures nationally and internationally on variety of topics on dental implants.
He is a member of:
ADA, ICOI, AO, AAID and has earned Associate Fellowship, Fellowship and Diplomat in these societies.
Dr Termechi is also a faculty member in NYU department of implant and periodontics for over 10 years and in good standing.
We pride ourselves with best quality of work and care for every single patient. All patients are important and deserve the best and we try our best to provide that.
Dr Termechi has been treating patients for over 16 years with difficult full mouth reconstruction as well as cosmetic complications. his expertise is mainly on dental implants from surgical to restorative aspect.
we provide all aspect of dentistry with main focus on comprehensive treatment with dental implant and cosmetic dentistry
No malpractice history found for New York.
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No sanctions history found for the years that Healthgrades collects data.
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No board actions found for the years that Healthgrades collects data.
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