Dr Ghattas graduated from New York University (NYU) in the TOP 10% of her class in 2001. She completed her residency in the Newark Beth Israel Medical Center in 2002.
Dr Ghattas also completed a two year program in implantology at New York University where she advanced her knowledge and skills in Dental Implants. Dr. Ghattas also earned her fellowship in implant placement from the ICOI (International Collage of Oral Implantology).
Dr. Ghattas is highly trained and experienced in Dental Implants, Invisalign (clear braces), Laser dentistry, Porcelain veneers, and full mouth rehabilitation. She loves to makeover smiles that change a person’s smile and improves their self-esteem.
Dr. Ghattas enjoys cooking, reading and exercising. When she is not in the office taking care of her patients, she is home taking care of two little ones.
Another reason to put your smile in the hands of AC Dental. Her ability to put patients at ease has gained her the trust of many patients who normally would not think of stepping foot into a Dental office. Her passion for her work drives her ability and talent to succeed at every case presented to her. She realizes that patients come first, which is not common in today’s healthcare system.
The International Congress of Oral Implantologists (ICOI) was founded in 1972. Devoted to providing implant education to the entire dental team to better serve its patients, the ICOI is not only the world’s largest dental implant organization, but it is also the world’s largest provider of continuing dental implant education.
The ICOI fellowship is conferred on select members based upon recommendations’ of a jury of internationally recognized eminent oral implantologists.
According to a U.S. study, only 5 percent of dentists worldwide are formally trained for implants.
Implants are becoming the natural choice for tooth replacement, and it is imperative that dentists who perform implant surgery are adequately trained and experienced. ICOI membership signifies a member’s continuous study and training in implantology. The selection process for fellowship is very rigorous, and I am very proud to have received that honor.”