About Arthur Muncheryan, DDS
"Dr. Muncheryan has been in practice for over 39 years in San Francisco. He began his career with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of California at Irvine, and attained his Doctorate of Dental Sciences from the University of California, San Francisco in 1977. Dr. Muncheryan taught dentistry for over 20 years at UCSF with an emphasis in prosthodontics (bridges and denture construction, and full mouth restoration). He was one of the lead instructors at the San Francisco General Hospital Family Dental Clinic, and taught all disciplines of dentistry. He currently teaches dentistry at The University of the Pacific School of Dentistry. Dr. Muncheryan has attended many post-graduate courses, with an emphasis on emergency care dentistry, endodontics, new dental materials and equipment, and implant dentistry. He now works closely with several surgeons who help place the implants. One of the main goals of Dr. Muncheryan’s practice is to help his patients receive the best care possible. He does this by first listening to his patients’ needs and addressing each issue. Dr. Muncheryan’s practice is based on preventive dentistry, helping patients to preserve the health of their teeth and gum tissues. He currently attends a monthly study group that emphasizes the best treatment plans for saving teeth by maintaining healthy gum tissue. Dr. Muncheryan is married to his best friend, Rose, and together they have a wonderful son, Evan. His family spends time together traveling on fun weekend trips, going to concerts and plays, and helping Evan with his career goals. Dr. Muncheryan’s other interests include sports car racing and karting, writing a monthly column for The Wheel, skiing, mountain biking, and choral music."