Dr. Mahtab Azimi, DDS


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Dr. Mahtab Azimi, DDS

Dr. Mahtab Azimi, DDS

Periodontics and Implant Surgery

She works at Sutton Place Dental Associates, Persian Periodontist in New York City, New York

After studying at RUTC College in London, Dr. Azimi relocated to the United States, where she received her BS in Biology from Fairleigh Dickinson University. In 1991, she was awarded her DDS degree from New York University College of Dentistry, where she also completed her postgraduate training in periodontics and implant surgery. A Diplomate of the American Academy of Periodontology and a Clinical Associate Professor in Periodontics at NYU College of Dentistry, Dr. Azimi is an active member of the American Academy of Periodontology and the Northeastern Society of Periodontics.

She keeps up-to-date on the latest techniques in advanced periodontal treatments by regularly attending courses and seminars on implants, cosmetic surgery, sinus grafting procedures, bone regeneration, augmentation, and reconstruction. Dr. Azimi’s primary goal is to ensure the health and comfort of her patients. After a thorough initial interview with her patients, she conducts a comprehensive clinical and radiographic examination using digital radiographic imaging for the most accurate results. Dr. Azimi is a firm believer that prevention is the best form of medicine and always takes extra time to educate her patients on correct oral hygiene in order to circumvent the possibility of future dental problems.

We offer all possible dental treatments. A One Stop Shop Dental Office: 7 dentists with complementary expertise will cover all your dental needs. Patients love our all-in one approach!
Preventive Dentistry
Bad Breath Cures (Halitosis)
Periodontal Therapy
Implant Surgery

Preventive dentistry is the area of dental health that concentrates on preventing the onset or progression of oral diseases such as tooth decay or periodontal disease.

Ideally, preventive dentistry is a cooperative team effort between the patient and the dental clinic staff.

Preventive dentistry begins in the patient’s own home. Regular brushing is the most basic of preventive care techniques. Another important preventive procedure is daily flossing to remove plaque and particles of food between the teeth, making sure the floss also reaches under the gum line. Preventive dentistry involves also the patient’s lifestyle. For example, eating too much sugar or foods that stick to the teeth can lead to cavities. Tobacco use not only discolors the teeth but can also cause gum disease and oral cancer.