POINT MEADOWS DENTISTRY
General Dentist in Jacksonville, FL
A Dental Office for the Family
in Jacksonville, FL
Looking for a new General Dentist for the entire family? Look no further, we are an experienced office with a gentle caring team dedicated to the success of your oral health!
What is Included?
Full set of X-Rays
Review of Treatment Options
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Jacksonville, FL - Next to IKEA off I-295
26% of adults between the ages of 20 and 64 have some form of tooth decay that has been untreated.
When is the last time you saw a General Dentist?
Your first step is scheduling your appointment. At Point Meadows Dentistry, we offer comprehensive, family-friendly dental care in a warm, welcoming environment. Dr. Zerbinopoulos and Dr. Mularkey focus on providing patients with the highest quality of comfort and care. Whatever brings you into our Jacksonville office, you can rest assured that you will receive personalized treatments to help you achieve a healthy, attractive smile.
HOW CAN WE HELP?
Meet The Doctor
Dr. Andrew Zerbinopoulos
Dr. Zerbinopoulos graduated from Fernandina Beach High School as salutatorian of his class. He then moved to Birmingham, Alabama, where he studied at Birmingham-Southern College from 1997 until 2001. He received a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish and a Bachelor of Science in Biology.
Dr. Zerbinopoulos elected to remain in Birmingham to enter the field of dentistry. He attended the University of Birmingham at Alabama School of Dentistry and graduated with a D.M.D. degree in 2006. To further enhance his skill set and academic knowledge in the field, Dr. Zerbinopoulos traveled to Boston, MA to complete a year-long fellowship in general dentistry (general practice residency) at the Harvard University School of Dental Medicine.
Since then, having completed hundreds of hours of continuing education, Dr. Zerbinopoulos was awarded the designation of Fellow in the Academy of General Dentistry (FAGD) in 2017.