Meet The Doctor

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Tito Molina, DDS

Dr. Tito Molina is a very caring person. He is competent and a careful practitioner. When communicating with patients, he is direct and articulate. You will find him to be specially approachable and a good listener. 

Dr. Molina grew up in Torrance California and in Nicaragua. He graduated from dental school in 2003 from the American University in Managua, Nicaragua where he practiced before returning to California. Here he attended the University of Southern California School of Dentistry and broadened his experience and education and received his Doctor in Dental Surgery (D.D.S.) from the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA.

While at USC Dr. Molina was on the Dean’s list all semesters. He received the David and Sucy Stevenson Award – this award is given to a dental student who has demonstrated compassion, dedication, and strength of character throughout the doctoral program; American Academy of Oralfacial Pain Studies Award.

Dr. Molina is regularly studying and receiving advanced training in general, cosmetic and implant dentistry. He understands it’s necessary to stay up to date, with the latest techniques and technology, in order to provide you and your family with the best level of care possible.

When not hard at work taking care of his patients, Dr. Molina enjoys sports, live events, race car driving, flying, traveling, the beach, and spending time with his wife, family and friends.

Dr. Molina enjoys volunteer work and has participated on numerous occasions for: Operation Smile, AYUDA International Dental Clinics, Health Talents International, Remote Area Medical. He is also  an active member of the Texas Dental Association and the Academy of General Dentistry.

“As my patient, you can expect careful and compassionate care. I will listen to your needs and concerns and give you the best treatment options to care for your oral health. I take great pride in practicing dentistry, I truly enjoy it because It’s my passion! I look forward to seeing you and your family and making your visit to the dentist a positive one.”