Hi, I’m Gabriel Malouf…
Over my 18 years in the dental field, I’ve had the opportunity to work with thousands of patients and hundreds of providers in 5 different states. Dentistry has changed immensely during that time, but I’ve discovered two things that most people miss year after year: First, dentistry can literally be LIFE CHANGING (and not just for me, the dentist). Second, there are a FEW simple things that will DRAMATICALLY SIMPLIFY your quest for dental nirvana. (If you didn’t realize you were on this quest, it’s the pursuit of healthy teeth that save you time & money, don’t hurt, and improve your overall health).
After graduating from the top-ranked University of Michigan Dental School, I served as a dentist in the Air Force, followed by a number of years in private practice. During my advanced training residency at David Grant Medical Center, I completed curriculum training with all dental specialties. Now with over 2300 hours of advanced training across all recognized dental specialties, I offer a diverse variety of collaborative treatment options.
Initially, I became a dentist because I love people, and what a great profession it has been for me! Constant curiosity leads me to always look for a better way to do things—my research has been presented at national and international meetings and has been life changing for many patients. As if it was a bonus, I love working with my hands, science and art—dentistry is a perfect fit. I feel blessed to have the opportunity to practice in Snoqualmie and share in this community.
My goal is to provide my patients with the critical information they need to make the best health decisions. This will not only help them save time & money, but will improve their overall health, physically, emotionally & spiritually. Many people are nervous about dental care—I have found that with the right education & attention, almost all of these fears can be well managed or overcome entirely.
Several years back I miraculously survived a pancreatic tumor thanks to the fine medical care at Stanford University and the love and support of my wife Melissa. The adventure was life changing, and I learned—or was bluntly taught—that every day is a gift. I think it’s time to give back and I have the opportunity to practice of a great profession at an amazing time in history; my training allows me the ability to literally change lives.
We all have a life; our teeth should make it serenely better, not complicate things. I help my patients look good, laugh often and live well. I offer my patients the highest standard of care—the same care I offer my family; your needs and wants come first.
The rest of the time, I am a family man—the proud father of four talented children. My family is very significant in my life; together we enjoy music, climbing, hiking, running, bicycling, cooking, gardening, and the magnificent Northwest outdoors. I truly look forward to getting to know you and your family as we build a long relationship of exceptional dental care in this wonderful community.