Dr. Rob Friedberg is praised for his outstanding care and is a certified Invisalign (r) provider. He has more than 30 years of experience in dentistry and has been a member of the Dental Association of Texas (DAT) and the Texas Dentist Association (TDA) for over 20 years.
His commitment to training has enabled him to meet a wide range of oral health needs with proven treatments. This philosophy is in line with Dr. Frazar's philosophy of using the latest techniques and materials to provide patients with excellent care.
Pacemakers and defibrillators are optimized by non-invasive programming of the device. Pacemaker tune-ups are offered by ultrasound to make the heart pump more efficient, more efficient and less prone to heart attacks and strokes.
This test takes several X-rays and assembles them with the help of a computer to create a detailed picture of the cardiovascular system. PET - CT is a nuclear stress test and can detect a number of different types of blockages in the blood vessels, such as clots. This test measures blood pressure, heart rate, blood flow and oxygen supply to the blood to detect blockages in a non-invasive way. We have internationally recognized cardiovascular specialists who evaluate these studies to analyze the results and develop treatment plans to optimize cardiovascular health for you and your patients.
A range of vascular screening modalities include screening for abdominal aortic aneurysms, echocardiograms, vascular ultrasound and pulse monitors. A monitor called a Holter event recorder is a small iPod device - a device that is connected to a cable placed on the chest to record heart rhythms. The ultrasound uses sound waves to create a detailed picture of the blood vessels, blood flow and blood supply to the heart. Echocardiogram uses ultrasound and sound wave to create detailed images of heart muscles and valves.
The nuclear stress test uses injected radioactive material to study blood flow to the heart during exercise conditions. UT cardiologists have a comprehensive list of cardiovascular imaging procedures available to patients with a history of heart disease.
I graduated from Texas A & M Galveston, attended Louisiana State University, graduated in 2016 and recently applied to dental school. My mother, who is a dental hygienist, inspired me to enter the field of dentistry, and my experience as a dental assistant has helped me to gain valuable knowledge in all aspects of dental procedures. I enjoy the daily contact with my patients and am very grateful for the opportunity to be with them.
Dr. Friedberg received his basic training at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, and earned a doctorate in dentistry from the University of Connecticut, where he also completed a three-year residency in periodontology. Dr. Jankowski earned his PhD in Dental Surgery from Texas A & M Galveston State University and his Bachelor of Science in Dentistry from Louisiana State.
When Dr. Friedberg does not treat patients, he can be seen cooking, running, or with his family. He is a foodie and loves to try out new cuisines and spend time with family and friends. She enjoys travelling, eating and spending time with her family, friends, adventures and crafts. She enjoys her free time with her family, listening to music, attending concerts, church, watching movies, etc.
Katie enjoys traveling, riding her bike, visiting the local farmers market in the Heights area, watching LSU football and spending time with family and friends. She likes to travel, eat and visit new kitchens, food, adventure and handicrafts and goes to the park with her dog Hunter. Avery enjoys spending time with his family, reading and learning, walking his dog Hunter in parks and so on.