Sayeed Attar, DDS, MS
Keller & Fort Worth TX Endodontist
Founding Member & Owner of Advanced Endodontics of Texas
Dr. Sayeed Attar is a Minnesota native and attended St. John’s University. He completed his dental training at the University of Minnesota of School of Dentistry in 2003 and went into private practice with his father. Dr. Attar practiced general dentistry for two years before returning to the University of Minnesota to become an endodontist. He completed his Endodontic Certification and Master’s of Science in 2007. While in Minnesota, Dr. Attar served for five years as a faculty member in the Department of Endodontics at the University of Minnesota. Currently, Dr. Attar lectures to dental students at the Texas A&M University College of Dentistry.
After practicing in Minneapolis-St. Paul, Dr. Attar and his wife, Dr. Casey Turner, relocated to Texas and proudly opened Advanced Endodontics of Texas. Dr. Attar is a Board-Certified Diplomate of the American Board of Endodontics.
Outside of the office, Dr. Attar is an automotive enthusiast, enjoys giving back to the community through a variety of volunteer and charitable organizations (including the North Texas Food Bank), and most importantly enjoys just being a husband and dad to his two wonderful children.
Dr. Attar is a member of:
- American Board of Endodontics College of Diplomates
- American Association of Endodontists
- DFW Metroplex Endodontic Society
American Dental Association
Texas Dental Association
Fort Worth District Dental Society
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Advanced Endodontics of Texas
My daughter was very comfortable with the staff and doctor. She tends to be more nervous when visiting a doctor, but the office staff made the experience very nice for her. She was a great patient and the staff was great too.
- Chloe P
Dr Atar is very good at explaining the details of my situation; however, the assistant was very rough with my X Ray today. I have never been in so much pain from receiving an X Ray. She jabbed the tool in my mouth and didn’t seem to care that I was in tears and continued to keep wanting to jab in my mouth! It hurt so bad and now I have a sore in the back of my mouth! I have never been in so much pain and still is! Ruined my whole day... I just wanted to run out of there! I told Dr. Atar and he just says he was sorry but it didn’t feel genuine and asked me if this happens all the time. NO! X rays are not supposed to hurt! I’ll never refer or go back there as long as that assistant is there. I’m so mad that I continued to let her keep jabbing me until she finally realize to try a different instrument but by that time the damage was done. I’m gonna tell my dentist who referred me to them that he might to rethink sending clients there! $119 to just go home in tears..
- Gwendolyn H
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