Dr. David Paltac, Ph.D., DDS is the Director of American Dental Centers. He has been a dentist for over 30 years, graduating from the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry in 1984.
Dr. Paltac received his Bachelor’s Degree in Biological Sciences from Cornell University and then went on to complete his undergraduate degree in Chemical Engineering and Medical Science at The New School University. He earned his Doctorate of Dental Surgery from New York Medical College. During his time as a trainee, Dr. Paltac worked for the famous New York City orthodontist, Dr. Milton Gold, and Associates, as an assistant to Dr. Gold. Upon graduation, he went into private practice where he performed procedures such as braces, implants, bonding, veneers, crowns, root canals, and more. He also performed minor surgical procedures.
In 2020, Dr. Paltac began working with American Dental Center, a nationally recognized dental care management company. He is responsible for all the operations and staff including the day-to-day operations of their office, as well as the office manager. He is responsible for the management and financial aspects of the office as well as the marketing and advertising of the office. The job involves making sure all office staff is up-to-date on the latest trends and practices, which help patients and employees.
As a dentist, you will be the one to listen and answer questions from your patients, answer patients’ questions, interact with your patients, give patients information about their treatments, and give them referrals to other dental treatment options. Most of all, you will help people smile and have good oral health. As a practicing dentist, you will be responsible for taking care of your patients. You will take x-rays, take dental histories, perform dental surgeries and provide consultations.
When it comes to patients, you must treat each and every one like you would treat any other person visiting your practice. You must show courtesy and make sure they feel comfortable with you before they ask a question. Always be ready to answer their questions in a timely manner. This will make their visit easier for them and you.
As a dental care professional, you are expected to take responsibility for your patients’ needs. It is your responsibility to work with each patient as a partner to make sure they are comfortable and happy with your care. In order to do this, you must have a positive attitude and an understanding mind frame that your goal is to help each patient achieve total wellness and success in their teeth, gums, jaw, and overall oral health. You are also expected to be an asset to the dental community by participating in educational programs, community events, and helping to provide the education necessary to ensure the continued success of the dental industry in this country.