With an admirable commitment to excellence, Dr. Margareta D. Gavrila is acknowledged among the most prestigious dentist professionals in the world. A famous Greek philosopher, Aristotle, concluded that “Excellence is an art won by training and habituation. We do not act rightly because we have virtue or excellence, but we rather have those because we have acted rightly. We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act but a habit.” The career of Dr. Margareta Ds. Gavrila comes to testify for the truthfulness of his words, thousands of years later.
Ultimately, Dr. Margareta D. Gavrila feels rewarded for her dedication, diligence, and perseverance as she is running her restorative and cosmetic dental practice. With the responsibility of the medic extensively trained and certified in TMJ-TMD treatment, implant restoration and Invisalgin, she continues to advocate for optimum dental health, prevention and proactive care. Her client-oriented approach focuses on using her skills and expertise to secure the lowest rates of dental problems among her patients. Dr. Margareta Gavrila embraces the principles of adequate dental care which grant her patients not only comfort but also confidence to smile, chew, laugh, and enjoy life.
Moreover, she gets involved in philanthropic projects which include providing free dentistry services to the less fortunate ones. Understanding that more and more people sacrifice dental health care because they cannot afford insurance co-payments, Dr. Margareta Gavrila is sponsoring a Dental Emergency Day when her clinic invites community members to come in and have free dental cleanings, simple extractions and fillings for emergency needs. Her contribution to the community can also be noticed through her donations of dental materials as well as other items. Dr. Margareta Gavrila encourages the members of her community, especially young hearts, to become socially responsible and allow good deeds to become part of their lives. To this purpose, she organizes contests such as the Good Deed Contest through which children are rewarded with a computer for a good deed they have done and presented in an essay. As a promoter of dental health, Dr. Margareta Gavrila has voluntarily thought classes for 7 years at the USC
Dental School. Although she has left her native country almost 30 years ago, Dr. Margareta Gavrila has returned to Romania once for every year of her practice in the United States to volunteer her time and also to lecture at local dental school and promote excellence in dental care.