Perry Stamatiades, DDS, MAGD
Dentist |Master, Academy of General Dentistry |Fellow, International Congress of Oral Implantologists
Dr. Stamatiades has deep roots in the Asheville community. An Asheville native, his grandparents settled here during in the 1930s. They helped shape the city through their contributions to the Greek community, and to civic, educational, and volunteer organizations. His mother, a retired school teacher, and his father, a former pharmacist dedicate their lives to helping others; Perry learned the importance of caring and compassion from them, and he continues to give back through his practice and community activities.
Prior to earning his DDS, he graduated from UNC Charlotte in 1996 with a BS, majoring in biology; he simultaneously earned a BA in Chemistry during that time.
After earning his DDS from UNC-Chapel Hill in 2002, he completed a one year residency at Palmetto Richland Memorial Hospital in Columbia, SC., focusing on comprehensive dentistry and working with medically compromised patients. He then started his dental practice in partnership with Dr. Bill Cave and became the sole proprietor after Dr. Cave retired. Later in 2006, he also completed a mini-residency in dental implants from Misch Institute, which is affiliated with Temple University.
His MAGD (Master, Academy of General Dentistry) title demonstrates an extremely high level of competency. Less than 1% of dentists in the US and Canada achieve this designation, which requires rigorous, in depth continuing education for better patient care.
He is married to his wife, Fay, who is also in the healthcare field. They have two children, John, who was born in 2012, and Ellie, born in 2014. When he’s not helping patients, you can find him spending quality time with his growing family, taking cooking classes, hiking, reading, and enjoying the mountains.