His dentistry, photography offer reasons to smile

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Dr. RANDY GROH

Apassion for dentistry and photography, along with a desire to make our community a better place, combine to keep Dr. Randy Groh, DDS, busy on a regular basis. Whether he is treating dental patients in his Coral Gables office, providing dental care for wild animals at area attractions, or volunteering as a member of various civic and charitable organizations, Groh always can be counted on to do his best, and always with a smile.

Born in Wilmington, DE, in 1960, Groh grew up in Media, PA. He distinguished himself early on by graduating with academic distinction from S w a r t h m o r e College and then graduating cum laude from Georgetown University School of Dentistry. After moving to Florida in 1986 to complete his first post-doctoral residency at Miami Children’s Hospital, he spent a year at the University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital completing a Fellowship in Anesthesiology.

This year Groh celebrates his 22nd year in dentistry in Coral Gables. For the past 10 years he has worked out of his Alhambra Circle location, where he partners with two other Gables icons, Richard Souviron and Arnie Mannis. The three doctors make up The Dental Leaders team and offer more than 100 years of dental practice experience.

Groh is a co-founder of the Craniofacial Team at Miami Children’s Hospital, which coordinates care and treats children with cleft palates and other facial differences. Both Groh and Souviron are the Veterinary Dental Consultants for Miami Metrozoo, Jungle Island, and Monkey Jungle, where they have treated lions, tigers, elephants, and even hippos.

Of course, Groh’s special expertise in cosmetic dentistry has brought him national acclaim for work he has done for professional athletes and models who have graced the covers of many magazines. In fact, the 2005 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue contained no less than eight photographs of his cosmetic patients.

While renowned as a dentist, Groh also is an accomplished photographer. He chairs the Junior Orange Bowl Committee’s Annual Photography Competition, an event he took over and brought to a new level with more participants than ever and quality entries from public and private schools from all over Miami Dade County.

In addition, Groh is a very active member of the Rotary Club of Coral Gables and frequently may be seen volunteering his time for the club’s many outreach programs and matching funds for worthy causes.

Like his friend, Ron Magill of Metrozoo, Randy Groh never travels without a camera and he takes the most incredible photos one can imagine. You may ask any of his patients about his talent in this regard as his photographs decorate the walls of his offices to the delight of his many patients.

Groh has been married to his wife, Jan, for 18 years and they have three children.

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1 Comment on "His dentistry, photography offer reasons to smile"

  1. Dental Leaders- Sauviron
    BAD!. I have to rely in this place after an SUV run me over as a pedestrian. I can't deny that thanks to my attorney This office started with the procedure that according to them would let me looking like Brad Pitt. Well i went from Frankenstein to Freddie Mercury. Once the case was settle the outstanding amount of money they wanted from my pocket to finish with just 2 implants was something i couldn't afford.
    As the 4th "flipper" of fake plastic teeth broke i went back, and Sauviron himself admit they once that were left were horrible and non acceptable…he treated his technician who tried to do his best to imitate something non existing like crap, all in front of me…basically humiliated the guy, and made him take new impressions of my mouth thinking that was still part of the legal case. He even said he has to send it to a lab.
    When he found out i couldn't continue with them because i didn't have the money they wanted, he shove the "horrible" flipper in me, and recommended few other doctors, even trashing few other ones.
    Now that i found a good an affordable dentist to finish with the implants, i went to get the prescription for the "Twilight" anesthesia they promote (4 pills), that i couldn't afford the first time and was a horrible experience in his office, even with the gas. And not only he refused to authorize the prescription, but he cancelled so i couldn't get it anywhere else. That is famous Dr, Sauviron at Dental Leaders.
    I didn't go there for cosmetic reasons, and for only one extraction and bone graft the billed 3,100.00.
    I still look like Bugs Bunny.
    The only good thing is the willing and nice staff they have working for him. And the Nice pictures of him treating animals at the zoo…if you want to feel like an animal at the zoo…no doubt this is the place for you.

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