Dr. Mina Saad received his doctorate degree of dental medicine from the University of Pennsylvania, School of Dental Medicine in 2005. After practicing general dentistry in Pennsylvania for four years, Dr. Saad earned his Endodontic Certificate from the Department of Endodontics, University of Pennsylvania in 2011.

Dr. Saad is Board Certified in Endodontics as a Diplomate. Board certification requires successful completion of an advanced education program in endodontics followed by a written examination, a case history examination and an oral examination.

American Board of Endodontics (ABE) Diplomate status is only awarded to qualified endodontists who have demonstrated diagnostic skill, clinical proficiency, and professional judgment of level that promotes the highest quality of care for patients.

Dr. Saad served as an adjunct assistant professor at the endodontic (root canal) clinic at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. He also served as an instructor at the Medically Compromised Clinic, in which patients with severe medical problems received extensive dental treatment. Additionally, Dr. Saad served as an instructor at U Penn’s Microscope training center, a continuing education course for endodontists and general dentists from all over the world.

Apart from dentistry, Dr. Saad enjoys traveling, playing racquetball, and playing soccer with his wife, Christine.


American Association of Endodontics
American Dental Association
Pennsylvania Dental Association