Dr. Horacio Falcon was born in Venezuela but grew up in the Bay Area of sunny California. He graduated with a bachelor degree from San Francisco State University (SFSU) in Biology with a concentration in Physiology. He then completed the UCSF/UOP/SFSU Dental Post-baccalaureate before entering dental school. Dr. Falcon earned his Doctorate of Dental Surgery Degree from the University of Detroit Mercy School of Dentistry with recognizable awards for clinical and leadership excellence. In addition, he was named class President and Valedictorian of his graduating class.
Dr. Falcon is not new to the dental world. His passion for Dentistry started at the age of 14 when he started to work as a Registered Dental Assistant. During his dental assisting years, Dr. Falcon had the privilege to work with and learn from many general dentists and dental specialists. His goals are to practice dentistry at a practice where he can provide a majority of dental treatments to his patients conveniently at the same location. He is passionate about creating beautiful, functional, healthy smiles while at the same time educating his patients about their oral health and disease prevention. He sees more then a mouth, he sees an individual as a whole and how their mouth can affect the rest of the body. “I strive to provide comprehensive dental treatment while educating my patients on their oral health. I enjoy the personal relationships I develop with my patients, that’s why I strive to provide my patients with the best treatment and experience.”
Dr. Falcon along with his two beautiful children and wife who is a Registered Dental Hygienist and clinical instructor at University of Detroit Mercy School of Dentistry live among the Grosse Pointe Community. Both Dr. Falcon and his wife are fluent in Spanish and hope to help the Spanish speaking dental population around the Metro-Detroit area. They have made Michigan their home and cannot wait to get to know the Great Lakes State. Dr. Falcón was recently interviewed by Marie Osborne on News Talk 760AM WJR. He was also featured by C&G newspaper and The Grosse Pointe News.