My primary goal in my practice is to provide a relaxing environment where my patient can express their dental concerns and feel a level of trust and comfort that they are in good hands. Dental treatment can be very stressful and I am aware of the anxiety it can provoke. Secondly, as my practice has evolved and new techniques and ideas in dentistry have been developed, I incorporate a minimally invasive approach to dental treatment. Many of the dental treatment philosophies we had in the past are shifting to the conservation of as much tooth structure as possible. Biomimetic means “to mimic nature”. Our materials and advanced adhesive techniques allow for this shift to mimic nature without removing as much natural tooth as we have in the past. Microdentistry is the practice of detecting decay as early as possible and preparing very small areas of the tooth to restore it back to health. In addition, there is growing scientific evidence that indicates that the status of our physical health is a result of our mental and emotional beliefs.
Although I am trained as a dentist, I learned early on in my career that there is an energy around us that we are constantly interacting with. In fact, when I was a child I remember being aware that I was more than the physical body, and that we are energy itself. I learned how to use this and apply it to my life when I started practicing Dahn Yoga while I was living in the Boston area. This type of yoga aims to balance energy in your body. This has led me to study energy and how it affects us as human beings. I believe that we have more power over our health, including our dental health than we would like to realize! I believe that Eastern medicine should be combined with western medicine for optimal outcomes for the patient. Alternative, natural, holistic are words you can use to describe my approach but my goal is to treat dental conditions as minimally as possible and empower you to take an active role in your dental health.
In my free time, I enjoy being out in nature,hiking,practing QiGong and yoga, spending time with family, reading, painting, arts and crafts and decorating. I also enjoy live performance and music. My other hobbies include collecting and learning about crystals, tarot, intuitive medicine and the metaphysical world.
Dr. Mariam Vaziri completed her undergraduate degree in Biology at Rutgers University in 1994. She went on to earn her DMD degree at University of Medicine and Dentistry of NJ in 1999 where she was also inducted into the Gamma Pi Delta Prosthodontics Honor Society for her high academic achievements. She continued her dental education by completing a General Practice Residency at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Brunswick, NJ. She practiced north of Boston for 12 years before she relocated back to NJ in 2012 to open her own practice. She is also an Usui Reiki Master and has trained in medical intuition. She continues to study energy medicine. Dr. Vaziri holds continuing education as top priority to bring her patients the best care possible. She has earned Fellowship status in the Academy of General Dentistry, which is an honor only achieved by 7% of dentists!
Dr. Vaziri is long standing member of the American Dental Association, Academy of General Dentistry, Academy of Biomimetic Dentistry and the American Association of Women Dentists. Dr. Mariam Vaziri gives you access to all the benefits of modern dentistry with emphasis on minimally invasive procedures and natural dentistry.
By combining the latest advancements with alternative and esoteric practice philosophies, Dr. Vaziri offers the best of today’s latest clinical dentistry blended with current new science concepts and compassion.
28 Beechwood Road, Summit, NJ 07901, United States
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