For some people, going to the dentist isn’t something to look forward to. For patients at Smile Miami, it’s always a pleasure.
The doctors keep it all in the family at their office at 9840 SW 77th Ave. in the Dadeland area. Dr. Jack Cohn and his two sons, Adam and Aaron, work closely together to create personal relationships with all of their patients while providing the best possible care.
Jack practiced general dentistry in South Florida for more than 35 years before getting on board with two of the best coworkers he could ask for. Despite growing up with a dentist dad, Adam and Aaron say they didn’t always plan to follow in his footsteps.
“My dad always took a lot of pride in what he did and I’m kind of the same way,” said Aaron. “I was always into science and healthcare and once my brother went to dental school I thought it would be awesome if we all were in dentistry together.”
The boys grew up in Pinecrest and graduated from Palmetto High School before pursuing their dental studies. Adam graduated form Nova Southeastern University College of Dental Medicine in 2007. His younger brother, Aaron, received his degree from Temple University Kornberg School of Dentistry in 2012. After graduation, both became involved in several dental associations to continue their education in the field while staying on top of the latest developments in oral medicine. Their studies then brought them back to Miami to team up with their dad.
Smile Miami serves patients of all ages with a variety of oral needs. From regular cleanings to cosmetic procedures, their team uses state-of-the-art technology to provide patients with the latest advancements in dental care.
All three men say they love being able to work together and see each other everyday. Their close-knit relationships allow them to help each other grow while meeting the needs of their clientele. They emphasize taking pride in what they do and maintaining close connections with every patient that walks through their door. They believe their family practice gives the patient a more intimate experience than what corporate dentistry can offer. “We really do have a personal relationship with every patient,” said Adam.
“We know who everybody is and we know who everybody’s family is. Sometimes we treat third and fourth generations of families who started out with my dad.”
Jack says although he plans to retire in the next few years, he is confident in knowing he’s leaving his practice in good hands.
“I think both of my sons are very bright and I’ve instilled good values in them as far as always being a student,” said Jack. “I’m sure they’re going to pursue the same kind of things I did.”
The doctors at Smile Miami serve thousands of patients throughout the community and hope to keep Miami smiling for years to come.
“This is where our roots are and we’re so tightly tied to it,” said Adam. “There might be some changes in dentistry, but as long as we can maintain a family practice, we intend to stay. We hope that if we continue the highest level of trust and quality then people will continue to trust us with their care. We are committed to our profession and doing the best job we can.”
For more information call 305-598-1428 or go to www.smilemiami.com.