Parisa Rahmanian, DDS

Dr. Parisa

Dr. Parisa Rahmanian is a native of Iran but has called the United States home since she was 14 years old. She graduated with her DDS from the prestigious dental program at the University of Southern California in 1996. Over the past 20-plus years she has built a dental practice based on not only impressive results but on providing a gentle, caring, and pain-free experience for her patients, as well. As a client here at Fresh Dental Care, PC, you will be treated more like a friend and accepted as part of the family.

Although Dr. Parisa offers dentistry for the whole family, she specializes in cosmetic dentistry. She loves to create beautiful smiles for people and see the improvement in their confidence and self-esteem. She also has a heart for her community and volunteers her time and skills with the AK Dental Society’s “Care to Share” Program. This is a program that provides free dental care and services to all in need. She has also participated in Anchorage’s Mission of Mercy program providing free dental care to the public at large.

Dr. Parisa’s travels have included providing dental care in such international locations as India and Costa Rica, and closer to home in Kotzebue, Alaska, and other smaller surrounding villages. Her volunteer efforts have been honored by Alaska Governor Bill Walker. In 2017, she received an award “In Recognition for Excellence in Community Service” by Bridge Builders of Anchorage. Finally, she stays up-to-date on current dental innovations through continuing education in implants, crowns and other areas of cosmetic dentistry.
 

Humanitarian Service

Giving back to the community at large is very important here at Fresh Dental Care, PC. Dr. Parisa Rahmanian likes to help people in need, especially children. They are near and dear to her heart, and their overall well-being is a concern of hers. She feels that they are the future and knows they will pass things on to new generations. To that end, she has volunteered her services in India, Costa Rica and various Alaskan villages. She has even participated as a provider in Anchorage’s Mission of Mercy, which reaches out to underserved Alaskans in need of dental care. Please contact our office at 907-276-1050 if you are interested in learning how you can help.