Dr. Jack Saban
Dr. Jack Saban was born in Beirut Lebanon where he received his undergraduate degree in science from the American University in Beirut. Dr. Saban graduated as the valedictorian in dentistry at St. Joseph Medical School.
In 1968 Dr. Saban moved to Israel and was accepted into the Maxillofacial Surgery Department in Ram Bam Hospital located in Haifa. After 2 ½ years he received his post graduate degree in oral and maxillofacial surgery and served in the army as a maxillofacial and general dentist. In 1972 Dr. Saban opened his own practice in Tel Aviv Israel for general dentistry and oral surgery.
In 1978 Dr. Saban moved to the United States and opened his practice in Plantation, Florida. In December 1986 he attended a continuing education course for Dental Implantology at Harvard School of Dental Medicine for 2 years.
Dr. Saban is a husband to his wonderful wife and partner in life and is also a father of 3 grown children of whom he is very proud of. His oldest daughter is a local physician and has 4 beautiful daughters. His middle son is a research PHD assistant professor at Duke University where his research is focused in the area of ophthalmology. Dr. Saban’s youngest son is a local attorney in the South Florida area. Dr. Saban is a grandfather of 5 and focuses his time outside of the office with his grandchildren.
During his recreational time, Dr. Saban is also an avid runner and has completed numerous marathons including the Boston Marathon, New York City Marathon, and the Paris Marathon.
Dr. Saban is an active member in the American Academy of Implant Dentistry, and the American and Florida Dental Association.
With over 35 years of experience and dental education, Dr. Saban treats patients with full mouth reconstruction, neuromuscular dentistry (jaw pain) cosmetic dentistry (veneers) and many other areas of dentistry.
Dr. Saban is a firm believer in continuing education and constantly keeping up with all of the technological changes as the years progress.
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