Dr. Eli Abbo began his career as a dentist after graduating from dental school in 1974 in Venezuela. He completed his postgraduate studies in Periodontology at Tufts University in 1976 and worked as a clinical instructor there afterward. He was later made Assistant Professor and Clinical Instructor of Periodontology at the University of Zulia. With over 30 years of experience in dentistry, Dr. Abbo brings his specialized talents as a dentist to Davie, FL. He continues to attend classes and stays up to date with the latest advancements and technologies in dentistry to deliver the best care for the local community.
Dr. Bill Abbo earned his Dental Degree from the University of Santa Maria in Caracas, Venezuela in 2002. He later completed his Master’s in Prosthodontics at the University of Michigan in 2006 — delivering clinical lectures for their Prosthodontics Department. He has also published numerous articles and conducted workshops on an international scale. Along with attending numerous education courses to keep up with the latest advancements within the dental world, Dr. Abbo is an expert when it comes to dental implants, all-ceramic restorations, and improving the look and feel of people’s smiles.
Living with missing or damaged teeth can severely impact your oral health and confidence unless treated as soon as possible. That’s why our dentists specialize in restorative dentistry to fill in your smile’s gaps!
Scheduling a dental appointment can be done by calling the practice directly or by filling out an online contact form to receive assistance from a staff member. Be sure to pick a date that works best for your schedule so that you have time to prepare beforehand. Arrive at least 15 minutes early to fill out any necessary paperwork if this is your first time visiting your dentist.
Most cosmetic procedures are designed to improve the look of your smile. Whether you’re looking to boost your confidence or enhance your already-existing teeth, your dentist will create a treatment plan that’s designed for your smile’s aesthetics. Some restorative dental procedures including dental implants can also enhance the look of your smile while increasing its functionality.
Practicing a consistent oral hygiene regimen isn’t enough to keep your smile healthy. It’s essential to visit your dentist at least twice a year for regular cleanings. This will allow them to remove harmful bacteria from hard-to-reach spaces in your mouth and check for complications such as gum disease. Schedule an appointment with your dentist if it’s been more than half a year.
Some questions you may want to ask when seeing a new dentist include:
Your dentist will examine your oral health and history to figure out the best treatment plan for you — whether you simply need a cleaning or dental implants.