Meet the Dentists
Dr. Nizar Alteir D.D.S.
As a dentist, I have been treating patients for over 20 years.
For the past decade, I have truly been blessed with providing care to many families. It is my focus in dentistry to provide quality work and educating our patients so that they can take an active role in their treatment; together, we strive to accomplish the smile they desire, implementing my years of knowledge and hands-on experience as a dentist and lab technician...
Dr. Moutaz Dabbagh D.D.S.
Since receiving his dental degree in 1983, he has dedicated his professional career to providing his patients with the best that dentistry has to offer. Dr. Dabbagh achieves this by participating in advanced training and continuing education courses.
Using advances in dental technology, including digital x-rays, metal-free fillings, and dental implant techniques, he will help you achieve a beautiful, healthy smile...
Dr. Suzan Sabagh D.D.S.
Dr. Sabagh graduated from the University of Southern California school of dentistry in 2001. She ranked first in her graduating class. Dr. Sabagh graduated from Damascus University School of Dentistry in 1994. She got her postgraduate studies in prosthodontics in 1996 from there. Then she started her fellowship in pedodontics and attended for one year. Sabagh attended one year course in implant dentistry from USC. And she attended two years course in orthodontics....
My name is Kevin, and I have been under Dr. Sabagh’s care for the past year. When I first came in to see her, I felt at the end of the rope. Like many with TMJD, I had to go through hoops and hurdles to get to see an Orofacial Pain Specialist, and have my health insurance cover it. However, when I finally got to Dr. Sabagh, I felt some hope. She did a thorough check to rule out any other disorders that may not be related to joint issues, and she was able to determine that my left TMJ has mild arthritis through the review of Cone Beam X-ray.
When I first came in, I could barely open my mouth, but through daily jaw stretches, trigger point injections, and wearing a night guard at night I am able to manage my pain and have full range of motion when opening my mouth.
The not knowing what is causing this pain, having medical professionals push me off to next specialist saying that can’t help me, and reading what’s online (don’t do that ha-ha), really increased the stress. Which aggravated my TMJD even more. However, once I was in Dr. Sabagh’s care she was able to provide me with what’s wrong, and how to treat the pain. Which relieved a lot of stress that revolves around this disorder.
She was empathic to my concerns, and I didn’t feel like I was treated like a number, but as an actual patient. She is very knowledgeable in this area, and I recommend anyone with orofacial pain to see her. Thank you, Dr. Sabagh.