Having garnered professional experience throughout his 14-year career, pediatric dentist Ophir Alalouf, DDS, provides comprehensive oral health services to children beginning at infancy as owner of Rockville, Maryland-based Kids Teeth, LLC. A member of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, the Maryland State Dental Association, and the American Dental Association (ADA), Dr. Alalouf served for several years as a Chair of Public Information for National Children’s Dental Health Month for the Southern Maryland Dental Society. In addition to fulfilling his primary role as a dental care provider partnering with pediatric patients and parents to achieve optimal oral health, Ophir Alalouf, DDS, directs daily operations and oversees a team of dental hygienists and professional support staff members at Kids Teeth.
Dr. Alalouf launched Kids Teeth in 2000, starting with one assistant in a two-operatory facility. Working to establish Kids Teeth as a recognized dental practice in Rockville, Dr. Alalouf relocated to an office three times the size of his original location after five years of business. Currently employing a staff of 10, Kids Teeth now serves pediatric patients in a state-of-the-art facility featuring 7 operatories, where Ophir Alalouf, DDS, performs services including the filling of cavities, tooth extractions, routine care, and the application of sealants to protect teeth against decay.
Prior to founding Kids Teeth, Dr. Ophir Alalouf served as a pediatric oral care dentist at the Potomac, Maryland-based practice of Amy Light, DMD, from 1997 to 2000. Dr. Alalouf worked with Dr. Light to care for infants through college-aged patients. Educated at the University of Toronto and the University at Buffalo’s School of Dental Medicine, Ophir Alalouf, DDS, completed three years of postgraduate pediatric dental study at the Women & Children’s Hospital of Buffalo in the 1990s. A supporter of Special Olympics Inc. and Children’s Wish Foundation International, Dr. Alalouf has volunteered with the ADA-sponsored Give Kids a Smile program, delivering oral health services to children in need.