A Passion for Dentistry and My Patients
When I started working as a dentist in 2002, I made it my mission to offer patients gentle, friendly dental care. I resolved to treat each of them the way I like to be treated as a patient: with respect, compassion, and like a member of the family. Nothing has changed over the years, and I am committed to caring for my patients in this manner as long as I am a practicing dentist.
I love serving my patients and helping them achieve their oral health goals. Whether they come looking improve their smile, require better function for proper chewing, or are in dental pain and need relief, I am able to assist.
I am a third-generation medical professional. Starting from my grandfather and father, both physicians, through my younger sister, who’s a Dental Anesthesiologist, caring and serving runs in my blood. I believe serving is right: I am humbled to be able to care for others, and find great fulfillment in what I do.
My Education and Commitment to Continuing Education
- Bachelor of Dental Surgery, Government Dental College, Ahmedabad, India - August 2000
- Dental Board of California, Certification - April 2002
Education is the basic foundation for any doctor. But a degree is just the beginning. To bring my patients the most advanced dental care possible, means my education is a continual process. I take over 100 hours of continuing dental courses throughout the year. My courses have covered a wide range of topics, including dental implants, various facets of general dentistry, and Invisalign® clear aligners.
Every time I meet with my colleagues, we share new ways to bring our patients the highest quality of care, as well as the latest techniques and new technologies. I maintain active memberships in:
Outside the Office
A native of India, I’ve lived here in Roseville since 2008. My wife, Rajsee and I have been married for more than 10 years and have two wonderful sons. When I’m not working, you’ll most often find me with my family. We love being together, whether we’re hiking, traveling, or sitting around and laughing. Those moments are important to me.