Periodontist Charles J. Adelson, DMD, PASouth Florida Periodontist
South Florida’s Periodontist
Raised in the sunshine state, Dr. Charles Adelson graduated from J.P. Taravella High School in Coral Springs and continued his education at the University of Central Florida in Orlando, where he received a B.S. in Micro and Molecular Biology. He was a member of a variety of honor societies there, including Phi Eta Sigma, Golden Key International Honour Society, the Dean’s List, and the President’s Honor Roll.
Dr. Charles Adelson went on to receive his Doctor of Medical Dentistry at Nova Southeastern University’s School of Dental Medicine. He continued his studies there after completing a three-year postdoctoral surgical residency with extensive training in implant placement, periodontal surgery, and regenerative bone therapy. He wrote his research thesis on the role of plasminogen activators in periodontal disease and diabetes.
Periodontist Dr. Charles Adelson is a member of the following professional organizations:
* American Dental Association
* Florida Dental Association
* Atlantic Coast District Dental Association
* Broward County Dental Association
Though licensed to practice periodontal services in 36 states, he has chosen to practice in his home state of Florida. Dr. Charles Adelson along with his father, cosmetic dentist Dr. Harvey Adelson are both well known throughout Fort Lauderale and the surrounding South Florida cities for their family-friendly approach to general, cosmetic, and implant dentistry.
Philanthropic Work in Jamaica
Periodontist Dr. Charles Adelson has participated in several medical missions sponsored by the Women of Hope. He traveled to both the inner cities and the rural areas of Jamaica, providing dental care to orphan children. He has said of the trip, “This was the most rewarding experience I’ve had in dentistry. Delivering quality dental care to children who otherwise would not have any access to modern medical treatment was tremendously satisfying. It put a smile on my face as well as on the faces of the children I treated. I plan to do this every year.”