He feels strongly about maintaining the integrity of his profession and has taken an active role in addressing the dental needs of our community. A strong community presence translates to an intimate knowledge and understanding of the needs of his patients, a completely individualized approach to all treatment performed. Dr. Novak has made a conscious effort to stay up-to-date with all the latest advances in dentistry, and has a genuine love for his chosen profession. Among his many interests in dentistry, restoration of dental implants is an area where he can give his patients the confidence of eating and smiling with permanent tooth replacement.
Dr. Novak is a California native and grew up in Downey, where he graduated from Downey High School in 1976. He was influenced and encouraged by his own family dentist to pursue a career in dentistry. He graduated from Whittier College in 1980 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Chemistry. After working for a year in the aerospace industry, he and his family moved to St. Louis, Missouri. In 1985, he graduated and received a Doctorate of Dental Medicine (D.M.D.) He returned to California and practiced in various locations around Southern California. In 1996, he purchased the practice of Dr. Robert Graham in Whittier and has focused his efforts in this location ever since.
The acquisition of his dental practice now afforded him the opportunity to promote his own unique approach to the profession. His philosophy is to treat patients with a personal touch and, at the same time, develop strong, long term relationships with his patients. Dr. Novak has always believed that the dental office visit should be short, productive, and a positive experience. His patients love him for it!
As times move forward, so does the world of dentistry. An amazing amount of advancements have given dentists the ability to create long-lasting, natural restorations that last a long time. Dr. Novak can provide for you and your entire family a lifetime of dental care. Call today for a new patient experience.