Eric Zaremski, DDS
Dr. Zaremski grew up in Palos Verdes, California. He wanted to be a dentist from the early age of twelve because his father’s dentist had “intriguing tools”. The son of an engineer, Dr. Zaremski soon set his goals to pursue a career in dentistry. Â The profession offered him the ability to restore smiles, and provide the best oralÂ care treatments to improve people’s health and life styles.
Dr. Zaremski moved from Southern California to attend the University of California, Berkeley where he majored in bio chemistry. While attending school, Dr. Zaremski volunteered at Highlands Hospital, in Oakland, California in the Emergency Oral Care Department to learn about “oral triage” care. He became fascinated how oral surgeons were able to re-engineer patients’ jaws and restore dental function after a tragedy.
After his education, Dr. Zaremski took some time off to pursue his other interests which led him to start his own company. Â After a few years he decided to return to his dream of becoming a dentist. Â He attended the University of the Pacific Dental School – San Francisco in 1996. During his education, Dr. Zaremski worked in the Faculty Dental Practice with his professors. Â His dedication in dentistry, led him to be invited to co-research “Laser Technology” under the direction of Dr. John Featherstone and Dr. Doug Young, at the University of California, San Francisco.
The Dean Awarded Dr. Zaremski graduated in 1999 with honors. Upon graduation he worked with Bay Area dentists prior to opening up his own General, Cosmetic and Restorative Dental Practice in Greenbrae, California (County of Marin) in 2002. Dr. Zaremski, served on the Executive Board of the Marin Dental Society as the editor in charge of the newsletter, and served on various community services board.
Today, as Adjunct Professor of the University of the Pacific, Dr. Zaremski regularly volunteers his time at local community dental screenings and clinics to help disadvantaged children. He supervises dental students and dental professionals to treat children who don’t have an opportunity to visit private dentists. He promotes dental students to give back to their own communities after they graduate.