Meet Dr. Gombert
Dr. Troy Gombert is a cosmetic dentist who recreates smiles for the greater Chandler, AZ area from his private practice. Dr. Gombert, whose team lovingly refers to as “Dr. G,” began practicing dentistry in 1998 after working as an architect in Orange County, CA for a period of time. He founded Parkside Dental Health in Chandler, AZ in 2002 where his love for helping others continued to grow. He believes that his passion for design and his eye for artistry sets him apart from other cosmetic dentists. Dr. Gombert provides a comprehensive library of general, cosmetic, and restorative dentistry services, including emergency dentistry. Confident in his ability to restore any smile, Dr. Gombert proudly offers a “Beautiful Smile Guarantee” and promises his patients high-quality dental service in a calm and peaceful environment.
Dr. Gombert was a recipient of the renowned “Top Doctor” award in 2011, 2014, and 2016.
Education and Training
After receiving his Bachelor of Science from Arizona State University’s College of Architecture, Dr. Gombert went to work for the second largest architectural firm in Orange County, CA. Next, he went on to obtain his Doctor of Dental Medicine from the University of Colorado School of Dentistry. While there, he received the Pierre Fauchard Award, an award given for outstanding academic achievement in the study of dentistry. Only one student per dental school receives this prestigious award. Dr. Gombert's thirst for knowledge then led him to the Las Vegas Institute where he received his post-graduate training in cosmetic dentistry.
A self-proclaimed “continuing education buff,” Dr. Gombert take four times the number of continuing education courses required of him by the state of Arizona each year.
Skills and Specialties
A natural born artist, Dr. Gombert is especially skilled in cosmetic dentistry and considers himself a master of smile analysis and design. By offering a variety of surgical and nonsurgical smile enhancing procedures, Dr. Gombert can help patients to improve their natural smile or create a brand new smile. Beginning with a comprehensive consultation, our team will have you self-analyze your teeth asking questions such as, “Are you self-conscious about your smile?” Using your answers and his own personal analysis, Dr. Gombert will create a customized treatment plan that will help you achieve the healthiest, happiest grin possible. In addition to cosmetic dentistry, Dr. Gombert is skilled in emergency dentistry, helping patients to receive pain relief quickly following an oral trauma.
By donating his time and skills to charity, Dr. Gombert feels that he can make a positive impact on his community. As a volunteer dentist with CASS (Central Arizona Shelter Services), he provides a variety of dentistry services to the homeless — free of charge. Dr. Gombert also works with Donated Dental Services, an organization that provides dental care for elderly, disabled, and medically compromised individuals. Dr. Gombert believes that every individual in each walk of life deserves a smile they can be proud of and understands the impact that a healthy smile can have on life circumstances. It is for this reason that he donates his time and services gladly.
Memberships and Affiliations
- Fellow, Academy of General Dentistry
- Sustaining Member, American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry
- Member, American Academy of Facial Esthetics
- Dental Organization for Conscious Sedation
- Post-Graduate Cosmetic Training, Las Vegas Institute
- Faculty Club Member, Spear Education
- American Dental Association
- Post Graduate Advanced Education, Hornbrook Group
- Student, Advanced Dental Education, Kois Center
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