Published on March 11th, 2016 | by Chad T.


Dr. Sid Solomon – Founder of the Center for Cosmetics

The founder of the Center for Cosmetic, Implant and Neuromuscular Dentistry, Dr. Sid Solomon is a dentist who treats patients at three state-of-the-art facilities located throughout the Los Angeles area. A graduate of UCLA and the University of the Pacific School of Dentistry, Dr. Solomon has been a practicing dentist for nearly 30 years and has dedicated his career to advancing the dental industry through innovation and education. Dr. Solomon is also the inventor of Unitox and is the founder of the Facial Academy of Cosmetics and Esthetics as well as “You and the World of Medicine – Dental Division,” both of which demonstrate the doctor’s commitment to making his expertise easily accessible through diverse educational opportunities.

What do you do in your spare time?

In the little spare time I have available, I enjoy spending time with my wife and our four children. We are a very active family, so we tend to choose recreational activities that allow us to enjoy all the sunshine provided by our beautiful Southern California weather. I also enjoy athletics and play soccer and basketball as often as possible.

What’s your favorite T.V. show?

Even though it went off the air some time ago, I have to admit that I really enjoyed “The White Shadow.” I had forgotten all about it until a few years ago when NBATV started airing all of the old episodes, so I made sure I recorded as many as I could. Living in Los Angeles and being a fan of basketball really drew me to the show at first, and I found that it was always entertaining.

What are your aspirations in life?

There are so many things I would like to accomplish, but my main aspirations revolve around my family and my profession. For my family, my aspirations have always been quite simple: to be a great husband to my wife and a great father to my children. For my profession, it has long been my goal to do everything within my power to advance the industry through innovation and education. I feel as though I have been successful in these aspirations, but there is always so much more that can be done.

How could you improve your business?

I am always seeking new methods to improve any aspect of my dental practice. This includes researching new possibilities in terms of patient care as well as always seeking out continuing education opportunities whenever and wherever they may be available.

What are you most proud of?

I am proud of the wonderful children my wife and I have raised together, and my family will always be a tremendous source of joy in my life. From a professional perspective, I am most proud of the fact that I have been able to contribute so much to the field of dentistry over the years, particularly in helping educate aspiring dental professionals and providing insight into how they can provide consistently exceptional dental care to their patients.

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