"We love your smile. We are here to ensure you'll always love it too."
- George Zarb
Dr. Zarb has earned degrees and certificates in dentistry, and served in private practice, in both Canada and the US over the past 26 years.
After an undergraduate degree at University of Toronto (St. Michael’s College), he earned a Doctorate of Dental Surgery (DDS) degree from State University of New York at Buffalo in 1992.
Dr. Zarb completed a residency at the Albany Stratton VA Medical Center, NY, and returned to Toronto to teach part-time at the University of Toronto Dental School and to work in private practice.
In 1995, Dr. Zarb initiated specialty training at the School of Dentistry, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He received his Master’s Degree and Certificate in Prosthodontics in 1998.
Remaining in North Carolina until 2009, Dr. Zarb built a Prosthodontics and General Dentistry practice focused on meeting ongoing dental needs, restoration and replacement of missing teeth with dental implants, veneers, crowns, bridges and dentures. He served as an Adjunct Professor at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, in addition to lecturing frequently throughout the southeastern United States. He has, in recent years, been a clinic instructor at the Faculty of Dentistry, University of Toronto.
Throughout his career, George has been inspired by his father, George A. Zarb, who earned the Order of Canada for his innovative research on implants and prosthodontics.
He and his wife Julia, who teaches and directs the Master's of Health Informatics program at University of Toronto, live in Leaside with daughters Clare (24), Madeline (19) and Olivia (16).
Dr. Randall M. Kodama
Dr. Kodama is a 1984 graduate of the Faculty of Dentistry, University of Toronto. He successfully completed a residency program at Toronto Western Hospital, building on his skills in the various disciplines of dentistry. After choosing general dentistry as his professional path, he established his current cosmetic and family practice in the Yonge and Eglinton community in 1986. As a proud member of the Ontario Dental Association, Dr. Kodama attends numerous lectures and conventions every year to stay up-to-date with industry trends and techniques. He is married with 4 daughters, and as the stereotype goes, he enjoys a good round of golf.
Our experienced dental team is full of warm individuals who are always ready to provide you with quality dental care and answer any questions you may have. We pride ourselves on the fact that many members of our staff have been with our practice for the majority of their professional careers. This provides you with consistency and reliability year after year. Our trained hygienists promote your periodontal health and are thoughtful in their work and ready to help you maintain your oral health.
Dr. Homam (il-bugh-dadi) Albaghdadi
Meet doctor Homam (il-bugh-dadi) Albaghdadi, a University of Toronto graduate with a phonetically impossible last name, but a broadcast-worthy voice. An academic at heart and published author, he obtained a Masters in Immunology and dabbled in cancer imaging research prior to his dental training. And if 13 years of research and higher education isn’t punishment enough, he completed a rigorous residency program at Mount Sinai Hospital, and currently finds himself pursuing a Masters in Health Professions Education part-time.
Homam’s fascination with dentistry peaked after his orthodontic treatment transformed his smile as an adolescent. He is a calm, passionate clinician who is keen on curating an experience for his patients and building enduring rapport; “I just want it to feel like a fun hang out!” he said, when asked about his relationship with patients. He is known for his light hand and attention to the minutiae of details. Ask him about his quirky obsessions for a good laugh.
He is an avid cyclist, a Choi Lee Fut Kung fu pupil, and loves creative writing, and eclectic music. Oh, and he is OBSSESSED with shoes.
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