Dr. Jamali is a board-certified oral and maxillofacial surgeon. After obtaining his doctorate degree from Tufts University in 1995, he attended the dental anesthesiology program at the Robert Wood Johnson Medical Center in New Jersey. During this unique opportunity in his training, he performed more than 1,200 general anesthesia cases. This experience has given him a solid foundation for the administration of anesthesia and pain control for patients in our private practice. Few surgeons in the country have completed this additional training.
Dr. Jamali started his career as a general dentist and dedicated 9 years to patient care. His pursuit of excellence was manifested in his cosmetic dentistry cases that were completed during that period. These rewarding cases prompted Dr. Jamali to take his career a step further so he decided to become a surgeon.
Dr. Jamali completed one year of surgical internship at Downstate Medical Center followed by four years of residency in oral and maxillofacial surgery at Kings County Hospital Center in Brooklyn, New York, one of the largest level one trauma centers in the country. During his residency, he received extensive training which included rotations through internal medicine, anesthesia, general surgery/trauma, plastic surgery, and otolaryngology.
The complexity of the anatomy of the face is what continues to inspire Dr. Jamali as he combines his artistic ability and appreciation for aesthetics with medicine. Whether it’s pathology, trauma or reconstructive surgery, Dr. Jamali gets incredible satisfaction from positive patient outcomes.
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About Dr. Jamali
Personally, Dr. Jamali came to the United States in 1985, fleeing his war-torn country of Iran at the age of fourteen, with only a few belongings and his nineteen year old sister. After twenty years of studying and working on a Visa, he finally received a green card and subsequently citizenship five years later. Dr. Jamali started working at a young age in order to afford his dream of attending college. His drive and thirst for knowledge led him to graduate college early, therefore becoming the youngest student in his graduating dental school class. Currently, Dr. Jamali resides in Brooklyn with his wife and young son.
His Approach to Medicine
Medicine is continuously advancing. Therefore, Dr. Jamali dedicates a significant amount of his free time to continuing education in oral and maxillofacial reconstruction. Over the years, his passion has become facial reconstructive (orthognathic) surgery. In pursuit of his passion, he completed a fellowship in Orthognathic Surgery at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York. He was first influenced in this sub-specialty by a mentor, Professor Johan Reyneke, where his clinical excellence and care for details reflects his respect for the patients and passion for maxillofacial surgery. Dr. Jamali was moved by these qualities and has made every attempt to bring them to his own private practice. Patient care and satisfaction drives Dr. Jamali every day.
His Definition of Patient Care
Patient care at our office involves listening, understanding, compassion and respect. From the moment you enter the office to the consultation, treatment and ultimate follow-up, our patients comfort and experience are paramount.
Put simply, Dr. Jamali’s goal in treatment is for a happy and healthy patient. His approach is a studied one. He takes everything into consideration from dental to medical health.
His Dedication to Others
Giving back is something very important to Dr. Jamali. He dedicates time by volunteering on surgical trips to developing countries where medical treatment is scarce.
Dr. Jamali obtained his doctorate degree from Tufts University in 1995, he then attended the dental anesthesiology program at the Robert Wood Johnson Medical Center in New Jersey. Dr. Jamali completed 1 year of surgical internship at Downstate Medical Center and 4 years of residency in oral and maxillofacial surgery at Kings County Hospital Center in Brooklyn, New York, which is one of the largest level one trauma centers in the country.
Majid Jamali, Ali Sadr, Michelle Nabi. Giant mucocele presenting as a forehead mass after recent trauma to the forehead. Research 2014;1:848. June 2014. Link to Article.
Majid Jamali. Desmoplastic Fibroma: Report of Rare Lesion in Unusual Craniofacial Location. The New York State Dental Journal: 43-45. April 2013. Link to Article.
At Beacon Dental Studio, the sole purpose is to create the utmost level of patient care by extending professionalism, empathy, and compassion to each one of our clients. There is nothing more gratifying than to improve faces and changing lives with great confidence, one case at a time.