Experienced Dentist - Los Angeles, CA
Get to Know Dr. Albert Silvera
For well over 20 years, Dr. Silvera has truly loved his work in the world of dentistry – he couldn’t have chosen a better profession for himself! It’s endlessly interesting, challenging, and centered around people, which is what he values most. He takes great pride in being entrusted as a partner in the journey towards better oral health, and the genuine, meaningful relationships that develop over time are the most gratifying part of this position by far. Interested in learning more about him? Just keep reading below.
UCLA School of Dentistry
California dental association
American Dental Association
Academy of General Dentistry
Aesthetic Porcelain Veneers
TMJ/ Facial Pain
Oral Conscious Sedation.
Why Did You Decide
to Become a Dentist?
Dr. Silvera was actually brought up around a lot of dentists. His uncle is a dentist, and his mother worked for dentists while he was a child, so he was able to see how a dental office really worked from a very young age, play with the lab models, and even witness firsthand how people’s lives were changed for the better in the treatment chair.
By the time Dr. Silvera graduated from high school, he knew that he was most interested in sciences and math (especially geometry) and was also pretty good with his hands, having built countless model cars/airplanes. With this information, he decided to pursue dentistry as a career – and today, he couldn’t be happier!
Where Did You
After studying at Yeshiva University in NYC, Dr. Silvera pursued his dental doctorate at the UCLA School of Dentistry. Since then, he has kept up with a great deal of continuing education to further expand his skills. Some of the highlights include:
- Training in neuromuscular occlusion, dental implant placement, endodontics, ClearCorrect, and PowerProx Six Month Braces at the prestigious Las Vegas Institute.
- Oral conscious sedation education with DOCs.
- Occlusion and facial esthetics training through Spear Education
- Completing the Esthetic Continuum at UCLA
He is currently a member of the American Dental Association, California Dental Association, American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, and Spear Education.