Meet Dr. Ismail Pardazi


  • University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine (2009, DMD)
  • Member of American Dental Association
  • Member of Arizona Dental Association

For Work

Where did you grow up?

I moved to Arizona from Texas when I was 2 years old, so while not “technically” a native Arizonian, I’m pretty close. I grew up in Tempe and went to McClintock High School, followed by Arizona State University for my undergraduate studies.

Did you know you always know you wanted to be a dentist?

I knew that I wanted to help people and I wanted to work in healthcare, I just didn’t know in what capacity. It wasn’t until I started to shadow my childhood dentist that I realized it’s what I wanted to do.

What is your favorite part of your profession?

I like meeting new people and just taking to them and finding out where they are from, where they’ve been. More often than not, someone who is from a different background, upbringing and generation has a great deal in common with you and it’s fun to find out those connections. I like that with dentistry each day is different than day before; there is no monotony with it.

For Fun

What do you enjoy to do on your free time? Any hobbies?

I am a huge sports fan. I go to every ASU football home game with my family.
I also enjoy vacationing with my family. Having small kids, it’s fun watching them enjoy certain sights and places for the first time.

As a personal hobby, I really going to the gym and training. I find it to be a great stress release as a great way to continuously challenge myself. I have competed in several bodybuilding/fitness competitions and have won several trophies!

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