Dr. Matt Nejad is an expert biomimetic and esthetic dentist practicing in Beverly Hills, CA. He is a Fellow of the Academy of Biomimetic Dentistry, the highest level of accreditation possible, and serves as a Scientific Advisor to mentor and train dentists. He provides education and training in Biomimetic Dentistry through the Nejad Institute for Biomimetic Dentistry.
Dr. Nejad received his DDS degree from the Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry (University of Southern California School of Dentistry) in 2010. As a student, Dr. Nejad was mentored in a selective program run by Dr. Pascal Magne, known globally as the leading authority in esthetic dentistry and credited as the “father” of biomimetic dentistry. He finished top of this mentoring program in both the didactic testing and clinical case experience. By graduation, he completed a record amount of prosthodontic and cosmetic cases, earning a truly unique training experience.
After graduating, Dr. Nejad went an unconventional route and started his own practice immediately so that he could provide Biomimetic and Esthetic dentistry exactly the way he envisioned. He was also the youngest dentist to become a member of the USC faculty, teaching alongside his mentor Dr. Magne since 2010. In 2013, he moved his practice to Beverly Hills and joined with Dr. Mark Helm and Dr. Kyle Stanley, where he currently practices full-time. Throughout his professional career, Dr. Nejad has committed substantial time and energy to advance the practice, education, and development of Biomimetic Dentistry. The Nejad Institute provides training and mentorship for dentists interested in learning Biomimetic Dentistry.
Today, Dr. Nejad is considered one of the top opinion leaders in the dental industry. He is committed to the research and scientific development of adhesive and biomimetic dentistry. He consults with top companies, helping develop innovative dental materials and new products. Dr. Nejad continues to lecture nationally and internationally, is a key opinion leader for multiple companies, and is a member of the ADA Standards Committee on Dental Products (SCDP).
His areas of research and interest are adhesion, polymerization stress, residual stress, biomechanics, occlusion, and esthetics.