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Dr. Rami Etessami attended Indiana University at Bloomington, majoring in mathematics and predental studies with high honors. Upon completion of his studies, he entered Georgetown University School of Dentistry at Washington D.C. After obtaining his D.D.S. degree with honors from Georgetown University, he chose to pursue his advance graduate studies at the Univeristy of Southern California, School of Dentistry, department of advanced endodontics, and became the youngest endodntist in the U.S. in 1986, at the age of 26. He established his practice in Beverly Hils in 1986 and a year later moved to the present location. He taught at USC for twelve years and has been teaching at UCLA School of Dentistry since 1987 as a clinical instructor and lecturer. His passions in life include nature, music, photography, reading, writing, and spirituality. One of the happiest moments in his life was the day he became an endodontist.
Dr. Hiri Etessami attended Georgetown University in Washington D.C. Upon completion of two years of undergraduate studies, he was recruited to USC School of Dentistry. Immediately upon completion of his degree of Doctorate in Dental Surgery, he entered the advanced endodontic program at USC. He finished the two year residency program in 1991, and upon completion was the youngest endodontist in the U.S. He has been a faculty member at USC and UCLA Schools of Dentistry for fifteen and ten years, respectively. He has lectured nationally and internationally, and is the recipient of numerous awards from USC, UCLA, the American Assocation of Endodontics, the Alpha Omega International Dental Fraternity, and the Jewish Federation.