Dr. Frankie Sulaiman

Frankie

Dr. Sulaiman is a son of both dentists. He grew up with both hard working parents who led him to be a perfectionist, an artist and a man with integrity.

He earned double undergraduate dental degrees; first when he became a dentist at the age of 23 years old from the University of Indonesia, Jakarta Indonesia (D.D.S.) in 1994, then he underwent straight to the Advanced Specialty Education training for Prosthodontics and Master of Science (M.S.) at Northwestern University, Chicago in 1996.

He earned second undergraduate dental degree (D.D.S.) from University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California – Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry in 1998, the year Dr. Sulaiman relocated to Seattle area where he calls Seattle home.

In 1995, his beloved father has passed away from cancer, motivated Dr. Sulaiman to seek higher education and knowledge in cancer reconstruction from Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York City, New York, the most prestigious and world-renown cancer treatment where he earned his Maxillofacial Prosthodontics training.

Dr. Sulaiman is always keeping up with technology in Dentistry and health care, Prosthodontics and even the vast moving technology in everyday life. He goes to symposium and conference annually, learning and seeking new technique and new technology which he applies to his daily practice.

Professional memberships include (starting year of membership)

Dr. Sulaiman is a board member and active participant of the Seattle Study Club along with other General Dentists and Dental Specialists such as Oral Maxillofacial Surgeons, Periodontists, Endodontists and Orthodontists.

While Dr. Sulaiman is not fixing someone’s teeth, he enjoys living in our beautiful Pacific Northwest with his wife Adrienne and their cat Mona. He loves playing piano, watching movies, photography and various outdoor activities.

His mother Grace, is currently living in Osaka, Japan, and is still practicing General Dentistry two days a week, happily married with her husband Masao.

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