Dr Francisco Garcia, Orthodontist and Dentofacial Orthopedist in Miami
Orthodontist Dr Francisco Garcia has been delivering outstanding orthodontic care since 2009. He recently integrated patients of pioneering Kendall orthodontist Dr. Howard Sacks into his practice in Miami, Florida after his untimely death.
- He graduated with Honors from Boston University with a DMD degree and completed his orthodontic specialty training at the University of Nevada.
- Dr. Francisco J Garcia is a “Specialist in Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics” and completed a 2 year Post-Doctoral training from an accredited Orthodontic Program.
- Dr. Garcia is an active member of the American Association of Orthodontists, American Dental Association, Florida Dental Association, Southern Association of Orthodontists among numerous other prestigious organizations.
- He also has a background in dental research and has presented multiple times in dental meetings including the International Association of Dental Research (IADR). And the (AAO) American Association of Orthodontists yearly meeting.
Dr Garcia is Fluent in Six Languages
Dr. Garcia is Fluent in six languages including English, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, German and French and has published research articles and lectured at various important dental meetings. Over the recent past years he has completed Continuous Medical Education hours above the required standard, this is a reflection of his commitment and passion to the profession and the community he serves.
Three Generations of Healthcare Providers
Orthodontist Dr Francisco Garcia is a native Venezuelan. He comes from 3 generations of healthcare Practitioners, his Grandfather was one of the pioneering obstetricians in Venezuela and his father was the head surgeon and founder of the Cardio-Thoracic surgery department at the “Universidad de los Andes”. He attended early schooling in Germany as a child during his father’s sabbatical in Dusseldorf. He was raised primarily in Venezuela, where he developed hobbies such as sailing, fishing and music. He and his wife Maria Elena are enjoying the blessing of their children.
The Importance of Developing the Right Diagnosis
“Today’s schools of thought in orthodontics still debate between two variants of treatment regarding early childhood treatment (Phase I) and Adolescent (Single Phase or Phase II) treatment. Understanding when each is truly necessary is a key factor in developing the right diagnosis and ultimately rendering the treatment and caring services the patient needs. Here is where an acute sense and a solid diagnosis combined with ethical treatment planning yield desirable and timely results.
Also further beyond the common young orthodontic patients, more and more adults are seeking the wonderful benefits of a healthy smile, hence an accurate diagnosis of the more complicated and involved patients also require a true understanding of the meaning “Multidisciplinary Approach” I usually like to meet with local colleagues and specialists and discuss in detail the best treatment options in any particular demanding case.
This is how I treat my patients.”
– Dr Francisco J Garcia DMD