Harkeet Sappal

Endodontist


Personal Biography

Dr. Sappal has been practicing dentistry since 2012. He was born in London, England, and loves to travel. In his spare time, he enjoys playing and watching sports, as well as hiking, playing tennis and basketball, and running. He has a passion for exploring food, music, and cultures foreign to him. After living in San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Fort Lauderdale, Dr. Sappal is happy to return home to the Greater Bay Area.

DDS

University of the Pacific Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry; San Francisco, CA

Residency

UCLA School of Dentistry Hospital Dentistry General Practice Residency; Los Angeles, CA

Specialty Certificate

Specialty Certificate in Endodontics, Nova Southeastern University College of Dental Medicine, Ft. Lauderdale, FL

Quotes

“I believe every patient should be treated as I would treat a member of my family. Therefore, you can always expect honest and comfortable treatment. As your dentist, I will connect with you to help achieve an accurate diagnosis and efficient treatment. Using the latest technology and all of my training, I will strive to provide optimal results on a microscopic level to give us the best chance of saving your teeth.”

Personal Favorites

Dr. Sappal’s favorite movies are the Iron Man series and Ted, and his favorite books are The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, Blink, and The Hobbit. For vacation, his favorite destinations are Marbella, Spain and Denarau Island, Fiji.

Professional Association

American Association of Endodontists. Sacramento District Dental Society, California Dental Association, American Dental Association, Delta Sigma Delta Dental Fraternity

Volunteer Experience

Mission trip to Moala Village in Fiji, Give Kids A Smile, Project Homeless Connect, Universitat de Catalunya Barcelona surgical trip, Sonrisas clinic, Student Community Outreach for Public Education (SCOPE)

Awards

Arthur A. Dugoni award for excellence in endodontics

Achievements

Published in the Journal of Endodontics “Dentin inhibits the antibacterial effect of new and conventional endodontic irrigants”