About Your Dentist
Dr. Leo Eliezer founded Jones Bridge Dental Care in 1996, going from zero to in-excess of 9,000 patients by 2016. His passion for cosmetic and implant dentistry has allowed him to give people beautiful smiles and restore function in missing teeth.
“I am proud to have served patients in our community for over 30 years. My staff and I are committed to providing dentistry, along with technology, in a caring, relaxing, safe environment, building lifelong relationships among our community and patients.”
Dr. Leo Eliezer was born in Baku city, former USSR. Dr. Leo completed his education at Azerbaijan State University for Medical/Dental training from 1975-1980.
He did his residency in periodontal and prosthodontic dentistry in the USSR and practiced as a general dentist from 1980 to 1990.
After 10 years of practicing in the USSR, Dr. Leo and his family moved to the United States. In August of 1992, he was accepted to Tufts University School of Dentistry in Boston, MA, for advanced dental study. He completed the four-year program in two and a half years, graduating in November of 1994.
The dental professional has logged over 4,000 registered continuing education hours which qualifies him for Fellowship and Mastership in the Academy of Dentistry, attended extensive training in both cosmetic and restorative dentistry and received guidance from some of the finest clinical mentors in the country.
Dr. Leo was elevated to the Diplomate status, the highest status of Dental Implantology within the International Congress of Oral Implantologists (ICOI) on August 24, 2007 during the ICOI World Congress XXV & 10th Annual IPS Symposium, held in San Francisco, California.
Dr. Leo is one of just a few dentists in Georgia to receive this honor. Nominees for Diplomate come from two sources: ICOI Vice Presidents may nominate such individuals for approval by the Board of Directors and the Diplomate Committee. Such candidates are chosen from amongst those who have most significantly contributed to the art and science of oral implantology.
The ICOI also conducts a Diplomate program in which active members are encouraged to achieve Diplomate status through their efforts in education, research and actual clinical experience. All Diplomates of the ICOI may designate “D.I.C.O.I.” after their names.
Dr. Leo was awarded Diplomate status a second time by the Board of Directors of the International Dental Implant Association in September of 2011 in Miami, FL. Very few dentists obtain Diplomate status in Dental Implantology twice in their lifetimes, especially by two different globally-recognized organizations.
Life & Hobbies
Dr. Leo currently lives with his family in Alpharetta, and he is a proud member of his community. He donates his services through an Annual Free Dentistry Day to give back to the local residents who have helped him prosper. Dr. Leo is committed to sharing the most recent information in dental advances and treatment with you and your family by providing the best quality, customer service, and team in the area.
Dr. Malikov has been treating patients since 1995. He graduated with honors from the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine, one of the leading dental institutions in the country.
To ensure that he provides patients with the best quality and most advanced care, he continually upgrades his knowledge and skills. He has completed literally hundreds of hours of continuing education courses on topics including: cosmetic and reconstructive dentistry, state-of-the-art aesthetics, bonding, crown lengthening, treatment planning for restorative and implant dentistry, and many more.
Life & Hobbies
He lives in Johns Creek with his family and enjoys hiking, cycling, and canoeing in his free time.
Dr. Panida Nasseh completed her undergraduate studies at the Georgia Institute of Technology in 1998, where she received her B.S. in biology, graduating with honors. She then continued her graduate work at Georgia Tech as well, receiving a M.S. in applied biology in 1999. She also holds a certificate in industrial and social psychology from Georgia Tech.
Following her studies, Dr. Nasseh did research in the field of geriatric medicine at Emory University School of Medicine and the Atlanta VA Hospital. Dr. Nasseh received her D.D.S. from Columbia University College of Dental Medicine in New York in 2006. While at Columbia, Dr. Nasseh was a member of the William Jarvie Research Society, student government, the New York State Dental Association, and the American Student Dental Association.
After graduating from dental school, Dr. Panida Nasseh further increased her proficiency in dentistry by completing a General Practice Residency in 2007 at Mt. Sinai Hospital in New York. Since then, Dr. Nasseh has enjoyed practicing in the greater Atlanta area and is a valued team member at Jones Bridge Dental Care.
Dr. Rahman completed her undergraduate degree at Emory University where she obtained a B.S. in biology in 1993. She then received her dental degree (DMD) from the Medical College of Georgia in 1997. Afterwards, she pursued a specialty dental degree in periodontics at Harvard University, graduating in 2000. While in residency at Harvard, she further increased her proficiency while working at the Children’s Hospital in Boston and the Forsyth Dental Center.
Dr. Rahman has taught and been in clinical practice since 2001. She taught periodontal residents, dental students, and hygienists for many years while at University of Southern California, Loma Linda University, and Fresno City College. She was also in private practice while teaching and she enjoys treating patients in both surgical and non-surgical methods.
Life & Hobbies
Though she ventured outside of the state for some of her studies, Dr. Rahman was born and raised in Georgia. She now lives in Johns Creek with her husband and two children. In her free time, she enjoys singing, swimming, and gardening.