Dr. Tadros was born into a Coptic Christian family of two hardworking physicians who immigrated to the United States in the late 1990s. His younger sister, Sandra, is currently in medical school, and his wife, Mary, is in her last year of pharmacy school. Dr. Tadros’s interest in engineering, art, and medicine sparked his passion for the field of dentistry. He and his wife enjoy traveling, DIY projects, painting, church activities, and most importantly, spending quality time with their family and friends.
Dr. Tadros began his journey as a dentist at Georgia Regents University in August of 2010, obtaining his Doctorate of Dental Medicine by May of 2014. Upon graduation, he received the “Best of the Best in Prosthodontics” Award. Dr. Tadros also won first place in the esthetic contest at the “Digital Smile Design Miami Super Week,” held by Dr. Christian Coachman in September of 2014. Dr. Tadros’s attention to detail and eagerness to treat challenging cases led him to pursue a three-year residency program that specializes in Prosthodontics at Dental College of Georgia at Augusta University. Alongside his residency, Dr. Tadros is involved in the Ronald Goldstein Center of Esthetic and Implant Dentistry, directed by world-renown and father of modern esthetic dentistry, Dr. Gerard Chiche. Dr. Tadros has special interest in comprehensive full-mouth rehabilitations, esthetic and implant dentistry, computerized implant-guided surgery, 3D-printing, and digital dentistry.
Dr. Tadros’s research includes incorporating 3D-printing into dentistry. He has several publications in the Journal of Cosmetic Dentistry, including his latest, “A Blended, Novel Team Approach in Academic Esthetic Dentistry.” Furthermore, he has lectured about esthetic dentistry, Digital Smile Design, computer-guided surgery, and 3D-printed implant surgical guides, both nationally and internationally.