Carolina Akerman, D.M.D. – Pediatric Dentist
Dr. Carolina Akerman received her D.M.D. degree at the Central University of Venezuela in Caracas in 1997. She joined her mother’s practice in the prestigious Medical Center of Caracas, where she focused on treating children and adolescents. She then decided to pursue her love of learning by moving to Florida where she was admitted to the pediatric specialty program at Nova Southeastern University and subsequently the Advanced Standing program for International dentists. She has worked as a Pediatric resident at the Miami Children’s Hospital where she was able to help many children with traumatic facial and dental injuries. While pursuing the Advanced Standing program at Nova, she was offered a position as a teaching assistant in the Pediatric Dentistry Department. In this capacity she had the opportunity to prepare and deliver multiple lectures in the areas of Traumatic Dental Injuries, Pediatric Restorative Dentistry, Local Anesthesia and Behavior Management in Pediatric Dentistry to both undergraduate and post-doctoral dental students. Dr. Akerman’s practice has been open for nearly a decade in Aventura, the community she calls home. Her clinical skills, experience and love of caring for the dental needs of children make Dr. Carolina Akerman the right choice for families and referring Dentists alike.
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“We had a very good experience in general, but I was especially impressed with the way the dental assistant handled my nervous almost 3yo in her first appointment. She did a wonderful job making her feel comfortable and at ease! Thank you!!”
“My children have been going to Main Street for about 6 years now, and I have to say that the staff is extremely amazing. Dr. Akerman is such a sweetheart and my children love her sooo much!!! But I have to say, the front desk Jody-Ann always makes sure that our appts go smoothly. She is very nice and friendly and talking to her on the phone is always a pleasure:) thanks Jody-Ann!”