Dr. Rhona Guilarte is a skilled artisan and gentle second-generation dentist. Her most significant influence in becoming a dentist was her mother, Dr. Elena M. Guilarte, an Endodontist. Dr. Guilarte attended Nova Southeastern University, earning her Bachelor of Science and Doctorate in Medical Dentistry, which she completed on June 2, 2005.
After completing her degree, Dr. Guilarte became active in the dental community by attending numerous Cosmetic and General Dentistry continuing education programs, obtaining multiple certifications, and becoming a member of several prestigious dental associations. She holds several certifications, including Basic Cardiac Life Support Certification from the American Heart Association, certification in the placement of Nitrous Oxide, Invisalign, Lumineers, Dental Implants, The Dawson Academy (Functional Occlusion from TMJ to Smile Design), Six Month Smile, Frontline TMJ and Facial Pain Therapy Techniques.
Dr. Guilarte has also been involved in extensive research in Endodontics at Nova Southeastern University. Her research was published in the Journal of the American Dental Association in 2009, Volume 140, Issue 6, Pages 680-688. The research is entitled "Removing Root Canal Obturation Materials." As a result, Dr. Guilarte is a highly qualified general dentist who performs painless anterior and posterior Root Canals from scratch and retreats.
Before opening her dental office, Dr. Guilarte spent many years of her career treating children of different ages alongside Pediatric Dentists. Therefore, she is a highly qualified general dentist who extensively treats children. These treatments include space maintainers, stainless steel crowns, children's root canals, sealants, pulpotomies, and many other pediatric procedures.
Dr. Guilarte's hobbies include reading, writing, oil painting, and sketching. Her artistic talent and love for the sciences created a solid foundation for her to strengthen her skills in the art of dentistry. She is fluent in English and Spanish.