SOURCE: California Center for Advanced Dental Studies

June 16, 2008 12:29 ET

Dr. Samir Ayoub, of San Francisco, California, Is Announced as a Mentor and Senior Instructor for the California Center for Advanced Dental Studies

SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwire - June 16, 2008) - After careful consideration, the California Center for Advanced Dental Studies' (CCADS) board is excited to announce that Dr. Samir Ayoub, DDS, has been appointed as a Mentor-Senior Instructor. "We are thrilled to have Dr. Ayoub as a Mentor-Senior Instructor. He absolutely possesses all the qualities we look for. He's a premier clinician and an outstanding teacher," said Dr. Thomas Dudney, Program Director of CCADS.

Dr. Ayoub's selection is the result of a rigorous selection process that includes an in depth look at the doctor's collegiate and post-graduate education, clinical skills and overall integrity. In order to be selected, the dentist must have completed a minimum of 120 hours and three levels of advanced clinical training from accredited post-graduate programs. "What distinguishes our Mentors," comments Garrett Caldwell, President of CCADS, "is their comprehension and use of advanced clinical protocols for veneers including all types of indirect all-ceramic and ceromer composite restorations and their overall commitment to excellence in their practices."

Mentor-Instructors for CCADS have many responsibilities, including conducting their own local study groups in their offices and instructing nationally and internationally at seminars and live patient hands-on programs. However, more important than their clinical duties is their responsibility to the public and to any doctor who seeks assistance or mentoring in the field of cosmetic dentistry.

Dr. Samir Ayoub graduated from the University of California, San Francisco Dental School. He is a former student at the California Center for Advanced Dental Studies (CCADS) hands-on aesthetic continuum where he is currently the Course Director of the San Francisco program. He also instructed at the Rosenthal Group's Aesthetic Advantage programs at NYU and London. He maintains his private aesthetic practice in San Francisco, California.

The California Center for Advanced Dental Studies (CCADS) is a non-profit organization focused on changing the way postgraduate dental education is offered to dentists. CCADS is led by Program Director, Dr. Thomas Dudney, and has mentors and instructors currently conducting study clubs and clinical programs related to cosmetic dentistry across North America and the UK.

Contact Information

  • For more information, contact:

    Stephanie Riordan
    Director of Education and Business Development
    CCADS
    916-933-6670
    Email Contact