Doctors of the Desert

Doctors of the Desert

These doctors call the shots. Like our lives, the field of medicine is constantly evolving and on the move.

Dr. Silverberg became an orthopedic surgeon because, “the type of surgery and the tools of the trade, but I was, and still am, a sports fanatic and orthopedic surgery seemed to impact all sports."

Dr. Tiger
Dr. Tiger Devore, columnist for Las Vegas Woman magazine about relationships, sex and gender issues, is a respected expert and caring physician.

Laurie Bloch-Johnson has been practicing for over 30 years creating a beautiful, natural smile for her patients as well as maintaining good dental health. According to Dr. Laurie, even small improvements can make a big difference in a smile, how someone feels about themselves and how others see them.

Dr. Said Daneshmand completed his residency and fellowship training at UCLA Medical Center and is Sub-specialty Board Certified in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility.

Rim
Name: Rim Marcinkus, MD, PhD, D.Sc. Hometown: Lithuania, currently resides in Palm Springs, Calif. For the past 20 years Occupation: Plastic Surgeon In Europe, Dr. Rim Marcinkus...

Among the many benefits of Personalized Healthcare are same day, thorough 30-minute appointments with 24/7 access to Dr. Mall’s cell phone number and up to 75 percent fewer days spent in the hospital over any other non-personalized healthcare plans.

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Name: Ryan E. Mitchell, D.O., FAACS, FAOCO Hometown: Southfield, Mich. Occupation: Cosmetic Plastic Surgeon Two unfortunate incidents during his youth would lead Dr. Ryan Mitchell into a...

Born and raised in Los Angeles, Dr. David Alpan is a third generation dentist, “with DDS stranded in my DNA".

Dr. Yarini Quezada provides patients with the kind of bedside manner they truly love, along with the real-world expertise they need. She has trained at some of the most acclaimed schools across the country.

Dr. Laurie Bloch-Johnson has been practicing for over 30 years creating a beautiful, natural smile for her patients as well as maintaining good dental health. According to Dr. Laurie, even small improvements can make a big difference in a smile, how someone feels about themselves and how others see them.
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