Dr. Farah received his dental degree from the University of St. Joseph in Beirut, Lebanon and his periodontal specialty training at Boston University. He then received a second dental degree, and a Masters, from Case Western Reserve University. Dr. Farah is a Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology and Associate Clinical Professor of Periodontics at the Case School of Dental Medicine.
Dr. Farah is the Director of the Spear Study Club; the Comprehensive Dental Excellence Forum and the Renaissance Dental Hygiene Forum, affiliates of the Seattle Study Club. He is a Fellow of the Pierre Fauchard Academy, a Fellow of the International College of Dentists, and a Fellow of the American College of Dentists. Additionally, Dr. Farah was the recipient of the 2016 American Academy of Periodontology Educator Award.
Dr. Farah has lectured publicly at various levels on the specialty of periodontics and implant dentistry. In addition to his devotion to private practice, Dr. Farah is extremely passionate about music and his family.
My Mission As A Leader
At the Center for Advanced Periodontal & Implant Care, my mission is to lead my team and my patients to embrace and achieve the highest level of periodontal and implant care, through an atmosphere of trust and mutual respect. As a leader, I participate in establishing framework and goals of the practice and take a solution-based approach to all opportunities and concerns. I am engaged in the daily operations of the business and ensure that my schedule reflects my goals.
My Personal Reasons for periodontal and implant Care
Passion for the Surgical Field of Dentistry
Finger Dexterity from classical piano playing
Enjoy People Interaction
Convenient Daily Working Schedule
Creating a Positive Experience to Patients
Make a Positive Change in Patient's Oral Condition
Share My Professional Experience with Continuing Education
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