ZAGA Center MIAMI
Sultan Center for Oral Surgery becomes ZAGA Center in Miami. The centre turns into the reference in the reliable treatment with zygomatic implants, providing the patients with fixed teeth in 24h.
ZAGA Center in Miami
Sultan Center for Oral Surgery , located in Miami, becomes the second ZAGA Center in the USA. As a group of excellent professionals, the centre meets all criteria to be a reference center for the treatment of the severe maxillary atrophy with zygomatic implants following the ZAGA philosophy in the area of Miami.
Patients have access to information on maxillary atrophy and zygomatic implants. In addition, frequently asked questions and testimonials allow to fully understand the development of the treatment. To receive personalized attention, patients should contact their closest ZAGA Center.
Dr. Leslie Sultan
He graduated in the top 5 percent of his class at the University of Maryland Dental School, and completed an internship at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami and his residency at New York City’s Mount Sinai Medical Center. Licensed in both Florida and New York, Dr. Sultan is affiliated with Broward General Medical Center, where he performs the majority of his surgeries and is a member of the Trauma and Sleep Disorders Teams. A past director of Broward’s Cleft Palate Program, he also cares for the county’s indigent population and volunteers for surgical missions to underdeveloped countries. Away from the surgical suite, Sultan runs; does Pilates; plays guitar and tennis; and is “the proud dad” to his rescue dog and cat.
In addition to educational training and clinical experience, oral & maxillofacial surgeons choose to undergo a rigorous written and oral examination given by the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery to become Board Certified and achieve Diplomate status. Although board certification is not required to practice oral and maxillofacial surgery, Dr. Sultan has completed these examinations and earned Board Certification in 1992. In addition, Dr. Sultan passed the re-credentialing process of his board certification in 2001 and again in 2012.