Dr. Marshall J. Michaelian
Dr. Marshall J. Michaelian was born in Walnut Creek and was raised in the Bay Area. He attended Burlingame High School. He received his Bachelors of Science in Business Administration from the University of Southern California. He received his D.M.D degree in 1999 from Temple University. He went on to Boston University Goldman School of Dental Medicine where he received his CAGS in Endodontics in 2001. In 2002 Dr. Michaelian received additional training from the University of Southern California that helped him attain his Conscious Sedation License. In 2004 Dr. Michaelian attended over 300 hours in Implant Dentistry taught by the world-renown Dr. Arun Garg that included live surgical training workshops with hands-on cadaver specimens. Dr. Michaelian is a member of the American Association of Endodontist, the California Dental Association, the American Dental Association and the San Mateo County Dental Society where he served on the Board of Directors from 2002-2004. In 2007 Dr. Michaelian received his Fellow award from the International Congress of Oral Implantologists.
Once a month he volunteers at Sonrisas Community Dental Center, which provides dental care for low-income San Mateo Coastside residents. Last year, the Sonrisas dental team provided dental treatment to nearly 1,500 children and adults who might otherwise have gone without care. At Sonrisas he performs endodontic treatment to the local coastside community low-income residents.
As part of the network of specialists for the Coalition of Concerned Medical Professionals (CCMP), Dr. Michaelian has provided numerous free endodontic procedures to the low-income families in the Bay Area over the years. CCMP is an all-volunteer independent association of health care professionals that deliver comprehensive health care for the working poor.
As a member of Menlo Park Presbyterian Church he has volunteered during Compassion Weekend over the last several years. This is a weekend where he is part of an extensive dental team that provides free dental care at the Samiritan House in Redwood City.
He lives on the Peninsula where he is raising his two daughters Sara and Emily. He volunteers in each of his childrens classrooms; helping out teaching math or carpooling for field trips. He is also the head coach for both of his daughters softball teams, which allows him to be heavily involved not only in his girls lives but also the lives of many other kids. His interests include golfing, scuba diving, water and snow sports, yachting and travel.