Dr Cynthia Habashy

Dr Habashy specializes in all phases of general and restorative dentistry which includes crowns/bridges, veneers, oral surgery, root canal therapy, and dental implant restorations.
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WELCOME TO HIGH CLASS LUXURY DENTISTY

Dr Cynthia Habashy was born and raised in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.
She attended the prestigious University of Florida College of Dentistry and Florida State University where she graduated Magna Cum Laude earning her Biology and Doctor of Dental Medicine degree.

Dr Habashy specializes in all phases of general and restorative dentistry which includes crowns/bridges, veneers, oral surgery, root canal therapy, and dental implant restorations.

Her passion for treating patients with the highest quality of care means she is always furthering her knowledge and skills with continuing education courses in institutes like DenstaSpa Botox & Dermal Filler Seminars, Strupp &Brumm Cosmetic & Restorative Dentistry,  and Atlantic Coast Dental.

Dr Habashy was awarded by the American College of Dentists in recognition for her ethical and professional care of her patients. She believes that along with her painless, gentle touch is what has patients driving no matter the distance to see her. Come see Dr Habashy today for a unique comprehensive plan created just for you and your needs.

We Do Dental. Reimagined.

Making people look and feel great during they’re dental visit is what we do best! Whether it’s our friendly staff or amazing Dentist – we have designed every step of the experience to leave you feeling educated and in control. We understand the benefits of a confident smile that represents you, and we want to bring that to as many people as possible!

We hope that you will become part of our family.

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