JAS Aug 2017


August 2017

Jason A . Schermer , D . D . S & Noor Almuda l l a l , D .M. D COMPREHENS I VE RESTORAT I VE & ESTHET I C DENT I STRY

5825 Lande r b rook Dr i ve , Su i t e 124 , May f i e l d He i gh t s , OH 44124

( 440 ) 483 - 1003


Hello, everyone!

Dental Medicine, I dedicated time to scientific research, but this time I looked into how oral health relates to women’s health. I saw my research published many times, which was a huge honor.

I’m guest-starring today! Dr. Jason passed me the spotlight because next month I’ll celebrate my first anniversary of working with Dr. Jason and all of you! It’s been a really great year. While I’m still fairly new to the office, I’m not new to dentistry. I spent three years practicing dentistry prior to teaming up with Dr. Jason, and I have to stay, this is by far one of my favorite dentistry experiences.

Conducting research and writing papers is something I greatly enjoyed, though I’m not active in the research side of dentistry today. Now that I have patients to take care of, they always come first. All my life, I’ve wanted to do something in medicine where I could help the most people. It wasn’t until high school that I decided the mix of science,

strive to identify the causes and help every child live a full, happy life.

As a born-and-raised Clevelander, I’m eager to give back to my community. When I first met Dr. Jason and was introduced to the practice, I was thrilled to have this opportunity to work in such a state-of-the- art facility and help patients with all the latest technology available in dentistry. Of course, the “latest and greatest” may lose its charm pretty fast, but being a part of this community never gets old. All the patients I’ve met have been so wonderful, and it’s been great getting to know everyone. Thank you all for making my first year here a wonderful experience. I look forward to many more!

Even before I became dentist, I spent a good 10 years of school preparing to enter

medicine, and social interaction inherent in dentistry would be a perfect fit. When you have the ability to help make someone’s life better, I can’t imagine why you would turn your back on that responsibility.

“All my life, I’ve wanted to do something in medicine where I could help the most people.”

My goal to help people extends beyond the practice. I’m a

the field. I graduated from Case Western Reserve University with a bachelor’s degree in chemistry and a master’s degree in anatomy. The scientific side of dentistry has long fascinated me, and I loved being able to understand it further. My focus on anatomy allowed me to look at dentistry beyond just teeth and see how the facial aesthetics of the head and neck all come together. When I moved on to pursue my doctorate at Case Western’s School of

member of the Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital Associate Board, a group primarily made up of young professionals from around Cleveland who’ve joined together to create a positive impact. Each year, we pick an important issue to address and raise money and awareness for. Right now, our focus is on infant mortality. Cuyahoga County faces some of the highest rates of infant mortality in the United States, and we

- Dr. Noor Almudallal



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