Ghazal Mahjoubi, DMD is an oral and maxillofacial surgeon in New York City. Originally inspired by her father’s work as a general surgeon, Ghazal knew from a young age that she wanted to serve her community through a practice in medicine.
“I like reconstruction surgery because it provides such a powerful, effective treatment—often with remarkable results.”
Dr. Mahjoubi completed her BS at the University of Massachusetts Boston in 2003, then continued her education at Boston University where she received her Doctorate in Dental Medicine (DMD). She completed an oral and maxillofacial internship in 2008 and specialty training in oral and maxillofacial surgery in 2012, both at Woodhull Hospital in Brooklyn.
Her experience includes five years of hospital-based surgical and general anesthesia training. She was chief resident in her fifth year of oral and maxillofacial training and she is board certified by the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. Dr. Mahjoubi practices the full scope of oral and maxillofacial surgery, including wisdom teeth extraction, general anesthesia, implant placement, facial trauma, and management of oral and maxillofacial pathologies.
When you visit Dr. Mahjoubi at Upper East Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, you are welcomed into her state-of-the-art facilities, equipped with the latest 3D imaging, general anesthesia monitoring, and sterilization technologies. In addition to serving adults, Dr. Mahjoubi also serves adolescents and children.
“I really enjoy working with my patients. From children to adults, I get to connect with people every day, and that makes my work interesting.”
Dr. Ghazal Mahjoubi is passionate about her work and she and her staff are committed to providing the highest quality of care.
“I really enjoy working with my patients. From children to adults, I get to see different people every day and connect with them, and that makes each day interesting.”
Ghazal’s father, who opened and managed a small hospital in rural Iran, taught her the importance of empathy, curiosity, service, and humility. Inspired by his example, Ghazal always gives 100% to her patients. She never cuts corners, even if it slows down the pace of her day. She’s the kind of doctor who takes her work home with her, and wants to feel good at the end of the day.
When Ghazal isn’t at her oral and maxillofacial surgery practice, she enjoys spinning at the gym, traveling, and spending time with her adorable labradoodle, Bella.
- Published in Medical Emergencies in Dental Practice and Dental Clinics of North America (Volumes 1 and 3)
- Presented at the International Oral Surgery Conference in Chile
- Certified in Basic Life Support (BLS) and Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS)
- Actively pursues continuing education courses to stay current with the most advanced oral surgical techniques
- Maintains hospital privileges to offer patients the flexibility to work directly with her when extended oral and maxillofacial surgeries are required