Dr. Fredrick A. Lurie
Dr. Fredrick A. Lurie grew up in University Heights, Ohio. He graduated from Miami University in 1979 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Zoology. His passion for dentistry led him to The Ohio State University College of Dentistry, where he earned his Doctor of Dental Surgery in 1983. Upon graduation, Dr. Lurie spent a year as a General Practice Resident at Mt. Sinai Medical Center in Cleveland, Ohio. His residency was spent under the tutelage of community professionals developing advanced skills in patient care in all aspects of dentistry. In addition to attending advanced dental conferences and oral pathology classes, as well as caring for patients in dental settings, monthly service assignments had him working with physicians, the surgical anesthesia department, and the emergency room. After completing his residency, Dr. Lurie served as a Clinical Instructor for the General Practice Residency at Mt. Sinai Medical Center for 17 years and more specifically worked with with residents treating handicapped adults in an operating room setting.
Dr. Lurie established Fredrick A. Lurie DDS, Inc. in June 1983 as an independent dental practice. He has maintained a vigorous continuing education schedule throughout his career, and has been consistently recognized as one of the areas top dentists.
Dr. Lurie recently celebrated his 37th anniversary with his wife Lisa. They have two sons and a daughter and now a son and daughter in law. They are now the proud grandparents of two beautiful (and of course wonderful) grandchildren. He still resides in University Heights, Ohio (in the same house he grew up). In his free time, Dr. Lurie enjoys spending time with family and friends, cooking and cheering on the Cleveland sports teams. A lifelong Ohio State Buckeye, he's been known to bleed Scarlet and Gray. He's an avid angler and ties his own fly fishing flies as a hobby.
Dr. Lurie is currently involved with the nationally recognized Spear Education program and participates with his local group on a monthly basis.