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Leslie H. Sultan, D.M.D., P.A.

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We take great pride in our facility and staff. We like to make each patient feel we care about their specific concerns and problems. It is important to all of us that you are treated professionally, courteously and as comfortably as possible. It is our commitment to provide you with the finest, most current and sophisticated treatment available. Our privilege is to provide the best care we can to our patients and the community!


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Doctor - Patient Consultation
Dr. Sultan meets with each patient in a comfortable consultation room, where findings are discussed. In certain instances, we may need to contact your physician or dentist to discuss your medical/dental history in greater detail as it relates to your surgery. This meeting allows Dr. Sultan to fully discuss recommended procedures and alternatives involved in your treatment, answer any questions, and review preoperative and postoperative instructions. Before patients complete their initial visit to our Office Based Surgery Facility, we attempt to answer all questions and concerns regarding their care. As a follow up, patients are encouraged to utilize the resources of this website, as it contains many audio-visual aids in patient education.


Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Oral and maxillofacial surgery (OMFS) a recognized specialty of dentistry involving the diagnosis and treatment of diseases and defects of the mouth, jaw and face. Oral and maxillofacial surgeons, including Dr. Sultan, complete a minimum 4 year hospital residency beyond their 4 years of general dentistry training. With this extensive education, training and experience, Dr. Sultan and his highly-qualified, credentialed team of clinicians and staff perform a wide range of OMFS procedures. Keeping an emphasis on functional oro-facial reconstruction, procedures are performed in a state-of-the-art, hospital-style outpatient facility.

Snoring and Sleep Apnea Treatments

Did you know that one in four Americans has a problem with chronic snoring? Snoring occasionally is one issue, but chronic, obstructive snoring can have serious consequences on both your health and your relationships. If you have suffered from this condition for awhile, then you have probably already experimented with the different “remedies” that are on the market. Unfortunately these remedies tend to be ineffective as they offer little more than short-term relief to the snorer. Fortunately, there are new, minimally invasive, permanent treatment options that are now available to help you stop snoring- once and for all.

Both the Coblation & Pillar Procedures are safe and effective treatments that can significantly reduce or eliminate snoring, and in many cases, also help people suffering from obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). Both procedures are relatively simple procedures, with minimal postoperative discomfort. These procedures are commonly performed in our state-of-the-art, outpatient surgical facility at the Sultan Center for Oral Facial Surgery. Each procedure takes about 20 minutes to perform, using only local anesthetic. More than 30,000 people worldwide have already been treated by both the Coblation and Pillar Procedures.

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We take great pride in our facility and staff. We like to make each patient feel we care about their specific concerns and problems. It is important to all of us that you are treated professionally, courteously and as comfortably as possible. It is our commitment to provide you with the finest, most current and sophisticated treatment available. Our privilege is to provide the best care we can to our patients and the community!

Learn more about Leslie H. Sultan, D.M.D., P.A.


I am originally a native of Brooklyn, New York. The majority of my undergraduate and graduate training took place in the Northeast, my family migrated south to Broward County after college. Although I love the lifestyle Florida has to offer, I will always be a New Yorker.

I've practiced in Broward County since 1990 and hold licenses in both Florida and New York. In addition to my private practice, I have donated my time to the treatment of patients overseas as well as the uninsured of the county. I have held numerous positions as both a consultant and an instructor to both students and other doctors in the community.

To appreciate my spare time, I enjoy many types of fitness activities, including running, cycling, Pilates and tennis. I am an avid collector of mechanical watches and am enjoying the process of relearning the guitar.

Along with my family, I am the proud dad of my rescue lab/terrier, Buddy.


SUNY Albany, BS Chemistry 1980
Graduated Cum Laude

Graduate School:
The Penn State University
Ph.D Track Organic Chemistry
Full Teaching Scholarship

Dental School:
University Of Maryland, DDS/DMD
Summa Cum Laude 1985

Jackson Memorial Hospital
University Of Miami School of Medicine, 1986

Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
Mount Sinai Medical Center/NYC, 1986-1989
Chief Resident 1988-9

Board Certifications

American Board of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery 1992, 2001
American Dental Society of Anesthesiology 1990


Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

  • Dental Implants for Missing Teeth
  • Grafting to Rebuild Bone and Soft Tissue
  • Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) Surgery and Replacement
  • Removal of Impacted Teeth
  • Orthognathic (Corrective) Surgery for Jaw/Facial Deformities
  • Facial Injuries & Infections
  • Removal of Cysts & Tumors of the Jaws
  • Jaw Reconstruction
  • Laser Surgery
  • Cheek and Chin Reconstruction
  • Cleft Palate Surgery
  • Botox and fillers
  • Liquid face lift
  • Medical facials/peels
  • NEOVA and PCA skin care products
  • Permanent makeup
  • Facial implants (cheek, chin, jaw, custom)
  • Dental implants, especially info on “teeth in a day”, all on 4, bone grafting, zygomatic implants
  • Sleep apnea surgery
  • TMJ surgery and replacement

Snoring and Sleep Apnea

  • Coblation - Radiofrequency Volumetric Reduction

  • The Coblation Procedure uses temperature controlled radio frequency to reduce and tighten the tissues of the nose, palate/uvula, tongue and tonsils. The treated area is heated and slowly absorbed by the body over a 3-8 week period. It is relatively painless and is an effective treatment for snoring, nasal obstruction, and mild sleep apnea.

  • Pillar Procedure

  • The Pillar Procedure focuses on inserting three tiny woven implants in the soft palate. Over time, the implants, together with the body's natural fibrotic response, add structural support to and stiffen the soft palate. This support and stiffening of the upper palatal tissue results in a reduction of lose tissue vibration (which causes snoring) and helps prevent palatal tissue collapse (which can obstruct the upper airway and cause obstructive sleep apnea (OSA).

  • Palatal Surgery

  • Palatal Surgery involves the repositioning, and in some cases, removal of loose, floppy tissue at the back and top of the mouth. Since most snoring involves a palatal component, surgery is very helpful.

  • Tongue Base Repositioning

  • Tongue base repositioning is performed through a small incision on the inside of the lower lip. The inner tongue muscles are tightened, making the tongue tighter and keeping it from the back of the throat.

  • Tongue Base Suspension - Repose

  • Tongue base suspension is sometimes used on patients whose tongues block their airway while sleeping. During the procedure, the doctor will pass a suture through the patient’s tongue and pull it closer to the bottom of their mouth.

  • Jaw Repositioning - Orthognathic Surgery

  • Jaw repositioning may be required for patients with sleep apnea caused by a recessive upper and/or lower jaw. Advancing the jaw structure forward, permanently opens the airway, effectively curing the problem.

Sedation Dentistry

  • Intravenous
  • General Anesthesia


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Financial Information

We remind our patients that insurance is considered a method of reimbursement, and not a substitute for payment. Services in our office may be covered by dental insurance, medical insurance, or a combination of both. Certain emergency situations may involve the use of auto, workers compensation or other accident insurance. We do have a number of healthcare financing options available. We work closely with CareCredit and Chase Advantage patient financing programs.

Our practice does provide many healthcare financing options. Please discuss these with our treatment coordinator during your consultation.