Meet Dr. Charles A. Mastrovich
Dr. Charles A. Mastrovich received his D.D.S. degree from Northwestern University Dental School in Chicago. He completed a post-doctoral general practice residency at Sepulveda Veterans Administration Hospital in Los Angeles. In 1978 the desire for an outdoor lifestyle and friendly community led him to establish his dental practice in North San Diego County.
Dr. Mastrovich takes great pride in his work and continues to pursue the best and newest breakthroughs in dentistry. He continues to be recognized for his excellence in dental care, and lectures throughout the U.S. on his innovations in solving complex restorative cases and rescuing broken implant screws and abutments.
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In addition to general dentistry and complex restorative cases, Dr. Mastrovich specializes in using a high-powered endodontic microscope for use in implant screw and abutment retrieval. This microscope enables Dr. Mastrovich to view inside the implant in order to see the fractured implant screw or abutment and use specialized instruments he has designed to remove the fractured components. Using this microscope allows for more clarity to the diagnosis and further enables him to educate patients on treatment options.
Dr. Mastrovich lives in Rancho Bernardo with his wife, Valerie, and their two daughters. He enjoys several sports, especially skiing and golf.
Meet Dr. Michael Singer
A California native, Dr. Singer was born and raised in Santa Cruz. He graduated with a Doctorate in Dental Surgery from UCSF in 2010 after receiving his bachelors degree in Biological and Biomedical Engineering from Cornell University. As a stand-out dental student upon graduation, Dr. Singer received several departmental awards of recognition and was inducted into the OKU dental honors society which recognizes the top eight graduates of each year. Michael continued his training as a General Practice Resident at the Veterans Hospital in La Jolla, where he pursued his interest in more complex and aesthetic dental treatment.
Dr. Singer worked in private practice and as a general dentist for the US Army in Germany before accepting a position in UCSF’s three-year Residency in Advanced Prosthodontics. As the chief resident, Dr. Singer took a special interest in digital design and acquisition technology and helped bring the program at UCSF into the 21st century. His professional interests include using emerging technology to enhance patient outcomes and patient comfort in complex esthetic and functional rehabilitation.
Meet our excellent staff
Our assistants and hygienists bring over 45 years of registered dental assisting and registered dental hygiene experience to their patient care. Together, we aim to surpass your expectations.