Dr. Ronald John Caldwell, Jr.
Dr. Ronald J. Caldwell graduated from Colorado State University in 1994 before completing his dental degree at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston in 2003. He has practiced in the area since 2005. Dr. Caldwell is very active in continuing education and is also a member of the Texas Dental Association and Capital Area Dental Society. As a dentist, Dr. Caldwell strives to treat patients conservatively, effectively, and efficiently with the highest quality in mind.
Outside the office, Dr. Caldwell is an avid hunter and golfer. He also enjoys spending time with his wife, Marnie; his son, Cameron; and his daughters, Kate and Caroline.
Dr. Megan Borak
Dr. Megan R. Borak grew up in Huntington, West Virginia, where she attended undergraduate studies at Marshall University, and attended dental school at West Virginia University School of Dentistry in Morgantown, WV. She has recently relocated to Austin, TX with her boyfriend, Jordan. She is an active member of the American Dental Association and takes continuing education throughout the year to keep current in the ever advancing profession of dentistry. She believes that it is important to comprehensively and conservatively treat patients with care while having their values in mind and having fun! Dr. Borak loves to work with apprehensive patients and change their mindset to a positive experience; laughter is a key part to your dental exam and “being afraid of the dentist” is a thing of the past! Dr. Borak loves to give back to the community through service opportunities, and has participated in global missions trips across the world.
When not in the office, Dr. Borak enjoys traveling, hiking, being outdoors, hanging out with her niece; Scarlett, cooking, eating all of the awesome food that Austin has to offer, catching up with friends and family, and cheering for her favorite sports teams (Go Mountaineers!).
Dr. Paula Noh
Dr. Paula Noh received her Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of Pittsburgh before continuing to their School of Dental Medicine to earn her DMD. Dr. Noh loves connecting with her patients and helping them achieve their optimal quality of life. She looks forward to treating her patients like family and seeing their true smile!
When she’s not at the office, she enjoys traveling, trying new foods (especially if it’s spicy!) and watching the Pittsburgh Penguins (Go Pens!)
Dr. Subea Hijazi has had a passion for biology and helping others since he was in high school. You could say he’s following the family business as his sister completed a post graduate program in Endodontics, and his other sister graduated from a top rated dental college. This really gave him a wide view of the industry, and lead to the opportunities that would lie ahead.
Dr. Subea Hijazi graduated 2nd in his class, obtaining a DDS in 2003 from Albaath University. This was just the beginning of a long and very enthusiastic scholastic journey. Particularly for oral and maxillofacial surgery which lead to a higher education specialty program at Damascus University, finishing in 2006. His hunger for knowledge and research in general dentistry, oral surgery, and TMD (temporomandibular disorders) pushed him even further to contribute directly to the field with multiple theses. Each educational contribution varied, ranging from clinical, radiographical, and theoretical works that resulted in two International Masters Degrees in 2009. Traveling abroad and helping people from different cultures have taught him the gravity of qualities like patience, communication, and taking the time to truly empathize with each patient.
When not pursuing dreams in dentistry, most of his free time is filled with sports, reading, traveling, and volunteering. Participating in as many community events as his schedule will allow. Differing from helping the environment, and even going so far as to assist on a global scale in the recent events in Syria. Combined, each of these experiences remind him of the gravity of something so simple…a smile. Few understand how something so simple, can make such an impact on others.