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Dr. Chomiak obtained his bachelor of science degree in anesthesia from Case Western Reserve University in 1978 during which he served three 9 month externships at Cleveland Metropolitan Hospital, St. Vincents Hospital, and the Mount Sinai Medical Center in Cleveland Ohio respectively. He worked as an anesthetist at the Mount Sinai Medical Center for 18 months following graduation. He then attended Case Western Reserve School of Dentistry receiving his doctorate in dental surgery in 1984. During his four years of dental school he gave anesthesia at University Hospitals of Cleveland. The university affiliation also serviced Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital, Hanna House, Hanna Pavilion, and McDonald House.
Dr. Tugraberk Usul graduated from the University of Delaware in 2016, graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry. After college, Dr. Usul continued his education at Temple University Kornberg School of Dentistry, where he earned his Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD) and graduated magna cum laude. During his free time, Dr. Usul enjoys playing sports, going on walks, making Turkish tea, and landscaping. Dr. Usul is committed to providing his patients with the best quality dental care.
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Joseph J. Chomiak. Jr., DDS
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TO OUR PATIENTS REGARDING COVID-19
We would like our patients to know that we at Chomiak Dental have taken the spread of the Coronavirus very seriously. We have temporarily cancelled all non-mandatory procedures such as prophies in accordance with CDC guidelines. We apologize for any inconvenience, but the safety of our patients is our utmost concern. If we have rescheduled your appointment to a later date, it is because we do not feel deferring treatment will affect the well-being of your dental health.