Dr. Pantea Nazeman

After graduating from dental school, Dr. Pantea Nazeman devoted her time to clinical dentistry and research on implants and bone. To pursue her passion for surgery, she continued her education to complete a 3-year specialty training program in Periodontics and Implant Surgery at the University of Washington School of Dentistry, earning the Master of Science in Dentistry degree. Dr. Nazeman obtained diverse experience in all aspects of periodontal procedures including mucogingival, regenerative, corrective, and implant procedures.

Dr. Nazeman enjoys providing quality care, and her goal is to offer the best treatments possible. She has contributed extensively to bone and implant research by publishing around 20 research articles and chapters in peer-reviewed national and international journals and textbooks. Her research work received the Clinical Innovation and Clinical Impact awards from the American Academy of Periodontics. She is an active member of the American Dental Association, American Academy of Periodontics, Western Society of Periodontics, and Washington State Dental Association.

Outside of dentistry, Dr. Nazeman enjoys socializing, traveling, and baking. She likes exploring the Pacific Northwest and enjoys the natural beauty this region has to offer.