Elizabeth Moncada, DDS, MS, is a well-versed dentist and sleep medicine specialist who diagnoses and treats patients at The Moncada Center in Menlo Park, CA. She has established her practice in 2004 and has an impressive professional journey that spans twenty-six years. Her areas of expertise include diagnosis and treatment of orofacial pain, including TMJ/TMD disorders, neck and mouth pain, post-traumatic neuropathic pain, facial pain of unknown origin, and work-related injuries. She is also an expert in sleep disorders, including obstructive sleep apnea chronic migraines. Furthermore, Dr. Moncada provides medical-legal expert testimony and speaks at national and international professional meetings.
Education and Training
Illinois - Chicago College of Dentistry Doctor of Dental Surgery degree 1989
Orofacial Pain by the American Board of Orofacial Pain
Areas of expertise and specialization
Faculty Titles & Positions
- Oral Board Examiner American Board of Orofacial Pain -
- Cedars-Sinai Medical Center General Practice Dental Surgery 1991
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Leading Dentist Specializing in Conditions of the Head & Neck, Elizabeth Moncada, DDS, MS sees patients in California
Dr. Elizabeth Moncada is a highly respected dentist who has been in practice for over two decades. After graduating from Stanford University with a degree in Biological Sciences, she went on to pursue a career in dentistry. Additionally, she received her Masters of Science in Oral Biology from the UCLA School of Dentistry emphasizing Conditions of the Head and Neck. She then continued her training and received a certificate from the UCLA School of Dentistry Sleep Medicine Residency Program.
Dr. Moncada has dedicated her career to giving compassionate care with an accurate diagnosis. Dr. Moncada is noted for her expertise in the treatment of Head and Neck conditions including systemic conditions, temporomandibular disorders, facial pain, headache and sleep disorders.
Dr. Moncada keeps current with the newest developments, guidelines, and procedures in her field. She is a distinguished member of her specialty overall.
Elizabeth Moncada, DDS, MS, is a Leading Dentist and Sleep Medicine Physician with The Moncada Center in Menlo Park, CA
Elizabeth Moncada, DDS, MS, is a well-versed dentist and sleep medicine specialist who diagnoses and treats patients at The Moncada Center in Menlo Park, CA. She has established her practice in 2004 and has an impressive professional journey that spans twenty-six years. Her areas of expertise include diagnosis and treatment of orofacial pain, including TMJ/TMD disorders, neck and mouth pain, post-traumatic neuropathic pain, facial pain of unknown origin, and work-related injuries. She is also an expert in sleep disorders, including obstructive sleep apnea chronic migraines. Furthermore, Dr. Moncada provides medical-legal expert testimony and speaks at national and international professional meetings. Prior to her current endeavors, she served as Volunteer Clinical Staff at the Center for Orofacial Pain and Disfunction at UCLA School of Dentistry (2002-2003), Community Staff Physician at Stanford University Medical Center, Section of Head and Neck Surgery (1994-1999), and Assistant Clinical Professor and Lecturer at UCSF School of Dentistry (1994-1998). For more information about Dr. Elizabeth Moncada, please visit https://themoncadacenter.com/.
Elizabeth Moncada, DDS, MS, attended the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Dentistry in Chicago, IL, and received her Doctor of Dental Surgery degree in 1989. Then, she served her general practice dental surgery residency at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, CA (1990-1991). In addition, he completed the orofacial pain and dysfunction residency program as well as her Master of Science degree in Oral Biology at UCLA School of Dentistry (1991-1993). In addition, Dr. Moncada holds a certificate of completion of the UCLA School of Dentistry Sleep Medicine Residency Program (2012). She is also board-certified in orofacial pain by the American Board of Orofacial Pain. Prior to dental school, she acquired her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology at Stanford University (1985). Starting 2005, Dr. Moncada has been serving as Oral Board Examiner for the American Board of Orofacial Pain. For more information about Dr. Elizabeth Moncada, please visit https://www.findatopdoc.com/doctor/2803534-Elizabeth-Moncada-dentist-Redwood-City-CA-94063.
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