Reza Modarres | Ellicott City
Reza Modarres | Iranian/Persian periodontist in Ellicott City
Our practice is extremely lucky to have not one, but our general dentists on-staff as well as a board-certified periodontist.
Each one has a wealth of experience, attended some of the most prestigious educational institutions, and is completely dedicated to helping our patients achieve and maintain a healthy smile. Before you come to see us, please take a moment to get to know our wonderful doctors.
Dr Reza Modarres is a compassionate and dedicated specialist in periodontics and is known for his gentle demeanour and commitment to the individual needs of each and every one of his patients.
Born in Iran and brought up in Maryland, Dr Modarres received his dental degree from the University of Maryland and his degree in Periodontics and Master of Science from Nova Southeastern University.
He then pursued further postgraduate studies in Maryland where he completed a two-year fellowship in periodontal prosthetics.
Dr Modarres is now a board-certified periodontist and has advanced training in implant surgery.
We provide our high-quality healthcare using advanced technology along with bio-compatible materials and procedures.
We are a multi-specialty practice that is able to provide a wide range of dental services including screening for oral cancer, sedation dentistry, bacterial DNA salivary testing, general dental care, pediatric dentistry, surgical and non-surgical laser periodontal therapy, oral surgery, root canal therapy, dental implants, dental and facial cosmetic care, geriatric dental care, loose denture care, and so much more.
Our ultimate goal is not only to improve your oral health but to improve your overall health as well. This is something we keep in mind for every single appointment!
Go figure, along the way, the world of health realized what we have known all along – that the head is connected to the rest of the body!
As time goes on, more and more research is showing that a healthy mouth drastically reduces a person’s chances of developing other serious diseases like diabetes, heart disease, and even dementia.
The mouth is the main portal of entry into the rest of the body, and bleeding gums are the easiest way for bacteria to enter your blood’s circulatory system. This portal of entry is how bacteria can cause potentially life-threatening changes to our health.
We put this knowledge into practice with all of our patients, at every appointment. Our philosophy is that it’s much easier to smile when your body is healthy and was able to help with that using our comprehensive dental care.