Hamid Nassery is a 1992 Graduate of Boston University School of Dental Medicine. He moved to Miami Beach in 1993 and has been practicing here ever since. He was a clinical instructor at Tufts University School of Dental Medicine as well as the Mount Sinai Hospital Dental Residency Program. He also served as President of the Miami Beach Dental Society.
Moving from Boston to Miami, he has experienced the benefits of a cohesive cultural and professional society first hand. His hope is that someday similar organizations will be created here. As he watches this unfold he invites those to gather together to continue to grow in the Complete Health Group.
- Doctor of Medicine in Dentistry of Boston University School of Dentistry
- Clinical Instructor at Tufts University Dental School
- Fellow International College of Oral Implantology (FICOI)
- Fellow Academy of General Dentistry (FAGD)
- Fellow International College of Cranio-Mandibular Orthopedics (FICCMO)
Dr. Nassery has been practicing in Miami Beach for the past 25 years joining a practice that has been there over 40 years. His journey to physiologic dentistry started about 15 years ago with his introduction to Neuromuscular dentistry. That led him into studies of many other body systems such as the Craniocervical and postural chain. He has since become very interested in the biofunctional foundation of our movement and musculoskeletal health. He is a firm believer that form is dictated by function, and hence believes that poor function will produce poor forms or deformity. This belief is very central to his philosophy since all vital systems are affected by our skeletal form and function.
Dr. Nassery is a Fellow of the Academy of General Dentistry, the International Congress of Oral Implantologists, and the International College of Craniomandibular Orthopedists. He is a contributing blogger and consultant on the matters of Craniomandibular and TMJ disorders to “MedHelp.Org“. Currently, Dr. Nassery is also on the Board of Regents of the International College of Craniomandibular Orthopedists. His practice in Miami Beach is focused on TMJ Disorders and Physiologic Dentistry. He is the founder of the progressive studies and peer relation which is bridging the gap between Dentistry and Medicine through the TMJ Research Foundation. This Foundation is continuously expanding its network and welcomes like-minded Physicians and Therapists alike.