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Dr. Reza Movahed, DMD is an oral & maxillofacial surgery specialist in Chesterfield, MO and has been practicing for 6 years. He graduated from UMDNJ - University Hospital in 2007 and practices oral & maxillofacial surgery.Read his story
This content was provided by Dr. Movahed "Dr. Movahed received his undergraduate degree in Biology and Art History from Rutgers College in New Jersey. After receiving his Dental Degree from University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, he completed an internship in Oral and Maxillofacial surgery in New York. Dr. Movahed went on to complete his residency in Florida at Nova southeastern University, where he was exposed to the full scope of the specialty. Due to his interest in dentofacial deformities and temporomandibular joint disorders, Dr. Movahed completed a fellowship under Dr. Larry Wolford at the prestigious Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas Texas. At his fellowship, he was involved in the management and treatment of very complex orthognathic and TMJ surgery cases. Dr. Movahed has a great appreciation for the cutting-edge technological advancements in the specialty, especially the computer-aided surgical simulation (CASS) in combined jaw and TMJ surgery. This approach adds a higher level of precision to the surgical planning and execution. His interest in the academia has resulted in book chapters and number of publications in peer reviewed oral and maxillofacial surgery journals. Additionally, he is actively presenting and lecturing at the national meetings and societies."
This content was provided by Dr. Movahed "We are specialists with a broad goal: improve your quality of life. By focusing on a few key areas of dental health, we have a profound impact on a patient's overall well-being."