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Meet Dr Emad Ahangari

Dr Emad Ahangari is an Iranian Australian general dentist who has grown up in Brisbane since he was 5 years of age. He completed his studies in dentistry at Griffith University Gold Coast (Qld, Australia) in 2014, achieving Awards for Academic Excellence over 3 consecutive years. Dr Emad has worked overseas in Canada on a working holiday for nearly 2 years after graduation and still holds dual registration in Canada and Australia. He is an avid reader continuing to expand his knowledge in this field so that he can help change the public’s attitude towards crooked teeth.

Dr Emad excels in patient communication and has a passion for educating others. Outside of work he is a passionate reader of many topics including dentistry, health, psychology, history, politics, philosophy and personal development. He also enjoys going to the gym, cooking, travel and socialising.

He hopes to continue to expand his knowledge and skills in the hopes of one day being a notable figure in the movement to revolutionise the way professionals and the public view crooked teeth and therefore alleviate many other health issues that the community suffers from.


Crooked Teeth in your family: causes and prevention of a modern epidemic

It is almost a rite of passage that our children grow up and get braces. But very few of us, including professionals, stop and contemplate on where this disease comes from? We assume that it must be genetic and that there is no other option but braces.

Well what if we told you that this explanation makes absolutely no sense, and that there IS something you can do to prevent it?

We are the only mammal to suffer from this issue to the extent that we do and more evidence is piling on that in most cases crooked teeth is not a genetic condition you’re born with and it may be a symptom of something much more sinister…

Join myself and my colleague, Dr Maheeda Khan, for this presentation where we will cover where crooked teeth come from, what diseases they’re associated with and what you can do to prevent this modern epidemic.



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