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Dr. Victor Kyatt, DMD

Dr. Kyatt is a Hoover native, a graduate of W.A. Berry high school. He continued his education at Samford University, receiving a B.S. in Biology. From there, Dr. Kyatt attended the UAB School of Dentistry, graduating in 2003.

 

Dr. Kyatt is married to his wife Rebecca, and they have two children, Victor IV and Taylor Grace. He is a member of Briarwood Presbyterian Church, participates in short term missions, and enjoys competitive golf.

 

Dr. Kyatt performs a wide variety of dental procedures, with an emphasis on restorative and implant dentistry. He received training from the Dawson Academy in Clearwater, Florida, and completed his residency in dental implant training at the Foundry Dental Center. Dr. Kyatt has been part time faculty for the Foundry Dental Center's AEGD residency program since 2012. He also serves as attending clinical faculty to dentists receiving implant training at the Foundry Dental Center. He is also a member of the Academy of General Dentistry, and the American Academy of Implant Dentistry.

My Goals

I am thankful for the calling of dentistry. It's a tremendous honor to serve my patients, and I enjoy the relationships created through dentistry. 

 

I have several goals that never change. The first goal is to completely eliminate my patient's fear. As we all know, painful experiences and the fear of pain are common barriers to treatment. There are many options available to us to eliminate this fear. Second, I want to educate patients; help them see and understand what I see. This is accomplished through time and communication. This way patients are able to best care for their oral health needs. Finally, I enjoy providing long lasting treatment results. I rely on training to accomplish this, and routine follow up care as well. Sometimes, a patient may not be in position to complete their long term treatment goals. I also enjoy the opportunity to provide creative solutions that will best serve them, and meet them where they are. 

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