Dr. Garcia has been practicing dentistry for the past 18 years. He first received his Doctor of Dental Science (DDS) degree in 1997 from the prestigious State University of Rio de Janeiro (UERJ) in Brazil. He later moved to the US and proudly attended the USC School of Dentistry where he once again received the Doctor of Dental Science (DDS) degree. He graduated from both Universities with honors and he has worked as a teacher assistant for both Universities.He is a licensed dentist in Brazil, the State of Florida and the State of California. Dr. Garcia has been elected as Member of the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi (Selective all-discipline Honor Society), elected as Alumni Member of the Omicron Kappa Upsilon Zeta Chapter (National Dental Honor Society) and Nominated for the AAAS/Science Program for Excellence in Science Membership (American Association for the Advancement of Science).Dr. Garcia began his career in 1997 as a general and cosmetic dentist. Today, at his own private practice, Carlos C. Garcia, DDS. He routinely performs procedures including minimally invasive dentistry, pediatric dentistry, restoring dental implants, placing veneers, doing root canals, doing smile makeovers and full mouth restorations. He is a strong proponent of continuing education courses and on site staff training to provide patients with a safe and more comfortable dental experience. Patient satisfaction and quality dental care are his top priorities. His dental practice has the latest technologies.Dr. Garcia and his team of dedicated specialists utilize the latest advancements in digital technology and techniques, allowing for early detection, diagnosis and treatment without radiation, chemicals and/or invasive procedures. Contact our office to find out more about these exciting solutions.When not practicing dentistry, Dr. Garcia enjoys going to the beach and playing soccer. He has a beautiful family and he loves spending time with his wife Tamar and his daughters, Sophia is 10 and Mia is 2.Dr. Garcia is fluent in English, Portuguese, Spanish and conversational Italian.