Dr. Ameen Al-Obaidi
Dentist1130 Barton Street East 100 Hamilton Ontario, L8H 7P9
Dr. Ameen has more than 20 years of experience in dental surgery and specializes in implant surgery and cosmetic dentistry. He currently operates four successful practices across Ontario and over the course of his career he has had the pleasure of working with hundreds of dentists and thousands of patients spanning 4 continents. Dr. Ameen has a reputation as a dynamic and ambitious professional who actively strives to provide excellent service to his patients and to continuously grow his own knowledge and experience while actively participating in the dental community.
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Dr. Ameen has recently been published in the International Journal of Applied Dental Sciences where the purpose of the study is to provide accurate data of not only the stability of dental implants but also the healing stages of the bone around the implant that occurs during osteointegration.
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