About Suarez Dental Medicine
Dr. Omar F. Suarez D.M.D.
President of the New Jersey Orofacial Pain society.
Associate Clinical Professor NYU College of Dentistry.
Director of Orofacial Pain Service, Department of Rheumatology Hospital for Joint Diseases, NY, NY.
Program Director, Advanced Education in Orofacial Pain Residency Program at Lutheran Medical Center, Brooklyn NY.
Director of Orofacial Pain Service, NYU Langone-Brooklyn.
Invited speaker at national and international conferences.
Dr. Suarez provides specialized care for Patients suffering from TMJ disorders (TMD), Orofacial Pain Disorders, Dry Mouth (Xerostomia), and Oral Appliances for Sleep Related Disorders.
At NYTMD it’s all about patient care. Every patient is treated like family and Your concerns are Our concerns. It is our goal to make sure that every patient has a smile on their face and receives the care they need so they can enjoy a better quality of life.
Patients that suffer from systemic inflammatory diseases which may include conditions such as: Rheumatoid Arthritis, Lupus, Sjögren’s Syndrome, Psoriatic Arthritis and mixed connective tissue disorders may have coexisting disorders of the Orofacial region. These coexisting conditions may be as a result of the disease process or the medications that they are taking.
Dr. Suarez is an expert at bridging the knowledge of Medicine and Dentistry to yield relief and positive results for all patients in treatment.
From your very first appointment you will feel that we understand the condition that ails you and the impact it is having on your well being and quality of life.
The years that Dr. Suarez served as the Director of Orofacial Pain Clinic at the Hospital for Joint Diseases provided him with an understanding of how rheumatic disease affects the Orofacial region. Many of those patients who have these conditions fall between the divide of medicine and dentistry and rarely received the specialized oral care that they required.
“It is my mission to care for each and every patient that enters NYTMD to ensure they get the necessary and proper treatment, care, and respect they deserve.”