Dr. Hessam Rahimi DDS, DMSC, MBA, Orthodontist
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Dr. Hessam Rahimi DDS, DMSC, MBA


19200 Preston Rd Ste 100 Dallas TX, 75252
Practice Philosophy

Integrative Medicine




Dr. Rahimi studied Orthodontics at Harvard University for four years in addition to studying towards a Doctorate degree in Oral Biology back in 2011. He started his dental education in 1997 and has been ...

Education and Training

Harvard School of Dental Medicine DMSc 2011

University of Texas in Dallas MBA 2016

Board Certification

American Board of Orthodontics

Provider Details

Male English, Farsi 21 years of experience
Dr. Hessam Rahimi DDS, DMSC, MBA
Dr. Hessam Rahimi DDS, DMSC, MBA's Expert Contributions
  • Can teeth be straightened after implants?

    Implants don't move with braces, but everything around them does. For that reason, it is always better to complete orthodontic treatment prior to implant placement. exceptions apply that your provider will be able to decide. READ MORE

  • How much does it cost to get braces on the inside of your teeth?

    Lingual braces are usually more expensive than regular braces, almost close to double the cost; however, there are some new players in the market such as BRIUS for which the price of treatment is not significantly higher than regular braces. If let's say regular cost of braces are 6500, BRIUS would be priced at anything from 6500 to 7500. READ MORE

  • Do braces change how you talk?

    Excluding the first few days of getting braces, the answer is no. The worst comes in 3 days and then after, you will get used to your braces and all of your normal functions (eating, speaking, playing music instruments), they return to normal. Kids get used to braces faster than adults though. READ MORE

  • Should I get braces before crowns?

    Yes. The sequence of events is seeing your dentist and fixing all cavities and getting provisional restorations on crowns, then aligning teeth with braces and finally receiving the permanent restoration/crown afterwards. In many instances, braces can close spaces or sometimes we remove defective teeth and create a beautiful smile all at the same time. READ MORE

  • Can you get braces if you have a missing tooth?

    Absolutely. Braces are a non-invasive way to close spaces caused by tooth loss too. READ MORE

  • How to ease pain from a loose bracket?

    Put wax on it. If you don't have wax, put your gum on it and see your orthodontist asap. READ MORE

  • Can teeth be straightened with a retainer?

    Not with one retainer, but with many retainers, yes (also known as aligners such as Invisalign). Sometimes though, a small discrepancy can be fixed with a removable retainer that gets adjusted by the orthodontist. READ MORE

  • Can retainers be used instead of braces?

    Well, many companies have been formed around this concept. The biggest name is Invisalign. Invisalign is nothing but a series of retainers that each move your teeth from the current position to the ideal, one step at a time. READ MORE

  • How long do you wear rubber bands for braces?

    To minimize the time you have to wear rubber bands, wear them 24/7 when your orthodontist tells you to do so. Each treatment is different. Some might need it for the entirety of the treatment, while others might not need it at all. READ MORE

  • What happens if a crossbite is not corrected?

    Crossbites damage teeth and enforce all the unwanted forces to the rest of the teeth which is bad for your jaw joint. If you have a crossbite, you need to fix it asap otherwise your bite will be unstable (will change over time) and teeth will wear much quicker. READ MORE

  • What age should you fix a crossbite?

    As soon as possible. Usually a non surgical approach is going to be too late for boys around age 12-15 and for girls around age 10-12. But every patient is different. If you have a crossbite, visit your orthodontist asap. READ MORE

  • Should my teeth hurt after wearing a nightguard?

    Sometimes night gaurds are manufactured too tight or are not fitting well. If you feel discomfort, visit your orthodontist asap. READ MORE

  • Can a night guard shift your teeth?

    Not a well-made one as it works as a retainer (which retains teeth). If you feel like your teeth are shifting though, see your orthodontist asap. READ MORE

  • Is removing teeth necessary for braces?

    No, each patient’s need is different. Usually 1/3 to 1/4th of patients need extractions. READ MORE

Areas of expertise and specialization



  • Invisalign & Clear Correct
  • Clear Braces
  • Lingual Braces
  • Adult Orthodontics
  • Dentofacial Orthopedics
  • Surgical Orthodontics
  • Incognito Braces
  • Damon Bracket System
  • 3d Intraoral Scanner
  • 3d Comb Beam Digital Dental X-rays
  • Early Orthodontic Treatment

Professional Memberships

  • College of Diplomates of the American Board of Orthodontics  
  • American Association of Orthodontists  

Experience & Accolades

  • Orthodontist2014Fusion Orthodontics and Children's Dentistry

Dr. Hessam Rahimi DDS, DMSC, MBA's Practice location

Fusion Orthodontics and Children's Dentistry

19200 Preston Rd Ste 100 -
Dallas, TX 75252
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Dr. Hessam Rahimi DDS, DMSC, MBA has a rating of 5 out of 5 stars based on the reviews from 1 patient. FindaTopDoc has aggregated the experiences from real patients to help give you more insights and information on how to choose the best Orthodontist in your area. These reviews do not reflect a providers level of clinical care, but are a compilation of quality indicators such as bedside manner, wait time, staff friendliness, ease of appointment, and knowledge of conditions and treatments.
  • J. j.

    the best dentist ever :).

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