Hector L. Sarmiento DMD, MSc

at 17 West 54th St Suite 1 C/D, New York, 10019 United States

Dr. Sarmiento graduated with a degree in Dental Medicine from the Universidad Cuauhtemoc Mexico in 2006, where he then received training in Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery. He received his American dental license from the University of Rochester in 2011. Dr. Sarmiento also received his specialty certificate in Periodontics and his Masters in Oral Biology from the University of Pennsylvania where he graduated with honors. He currently practices in a prestigious Manhattan periodontal practice for the renown Dr. Stuart Froum where together they offer minimally invasive, cutting edge procedures to their patients. Dr. Sarmiento was named the J. George Coslet scholar in 2013 and received the Directors Award in 2014 by the University of Pennsylvania, where he now serves as an Associate Clinical Professor.


Hector L. Sarmiento DMD, MSc
17 West 54th St Suite 1 C/D
New York , NY 10019
United States
Contact Phone
P: (212) 586-4209
Website
http://www.drstuartfroum.com

Opening time

  • Mondays: 08:00- 18:00
  • Tuesdays: 08:00- 18:00
  • Wednesdays: 08:00- 18:00
  • Thursdays: 08:00- 18:00
  • Fridays: 08:00- 18:00

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