Our Doctors

We are committed to making your experience at Bahri Dental Group outstanding. With years of experience and a wide breadth of combined knowledge, our staff provide top level care to each and every patient. Learn more about some of our staff below and see why we're a family.

Dr. Sami Bahri

Dr. Sami Bahri

Dr. Sami Bahri was born in Lebanon where he received his dental degree from Saint Joseph Jesuit University. He spent three years in Paris, France specializing in dental prosthetics, and upon his return to Lebanon, he started teaching dentistry.

Soon he became chairman of the Fixed Prosthodontics department, and in 1984 was appointed as the founding director of the dental school at the Lebanese University.

Dr. Micheline Baz

Dr. Micheline Baz Bahri

Dr. Micheline Baz graduated at 22, with Honors, from the Faculté Française de Médecine Dentaire (Beirut, Lebanon). She ran her solo practice while studying for a post-doc in Dental Materials. In the early 80's, she took part in founding the Lebanese University's dental school, where she taught Prosthodontics for ten years.

Dr. Gaby Bahri

Dr. Gaby Bahri

Born in Lebanon, Dr. Gaby Bahri moved to the United States in 1989 after ten years of international dental study: Faculte de Medecine Dentaire Saint Joseph University, Beirut Lebanon: DDS 1977-1982; Paris Academy University Rene Descartes: certificate in Fixed Prosthodontics 1985; University Paris VII: certificate in Materials Used in Dentistry 1985, certificate in Dentofacial Orthopedics 1987, and certificate in Orthodontics 1983-1987.

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Dr. Komal Relan

Dr. Komal Relan has been practicing general dentistry since 1999 and is a graduate of Temple University School of Dentistry. She earned her Bachelor's in Biology from Delhi University and the University of North Florida.

About Us

Our goal is to help every patient experience the benefits of good oral health and a beautiful smile. We value the trust you have placed in our office and strive to provide solutions that meet your dental needs and expectations of care.

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