Dr. Nagy Arnold
2002, Molecular Biology Bachelor of Science Degree, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, USA 2007 Dentist Diploma, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, USA NERB (North Eastern Regional Board) Credited 16 East American States; Cleveland, Ohio, USA WREB (Western Regional Board) Credited 12 West American States; Cleveland, Ohio, USA NERB (National Examination Regional Boards) Dental Practitioner, Cleveland, Ohio, USA 2008, Massachusetts State Dental Permit, Boston, MA, USA 2010 in America’s Top Dentists Honors Document, Boston, MA, USA 2010 Dental Office Appointed Director, Boston, MA, USA 2011 in New York State Dental Permit, New York, Manhattan, NY, USA 2015 in California State Dental Permit, Los Angeles, California, USA 2018 Hungary, EU Diploma conversion, Budapest, Semmelweis E., HUN
Continuous participation at home and abroad courses.
General, aesthetic and conservative dentistry, removable and fixed denture replacements, implant prostheses, metal and porcelain crowns for implants and teeth, aesthetic porcelain veneers, fixed bridges, and selected root canal treatments.
“First of all, integrity, respect, straight forwardness and honesty are the most important values I hold in my daily life. I take pride in never talking patients into dental interventions that I would not apply on myself in the given situation. I have received countless positive patient reviews and certificates of recognition for patient care in the USA and Europe, to prove my excellence in the dental field. I offer logically designed, precise dental treatment plans for my patients, illustrating them with examples, photos and drawings. I have over 11 years of experience and expertise in creating and implementing complex dental plans and treatments. I have diverse interests as well, such as studies of quantum and non-dual metaphysics, psychological understandings of human and animal behavior, spiritual self-development, anchient history. I am also a club DJs, perform precision photography and often hike off the beaten path.”