Dr. Rolin Desir attended Florida International University in Miami, where he completed his undergraduate studies. He attended Meharry Medical College School of Dentistry in Nashville, Tennessee, from where he earned his D.D.S degree.
Upon graduation from dental school, Dr. Desir completed a one-year General Practice Residency in Brooklyn, New York, where he gained experience in all facets of dentistry and a passion for endodontics. He later completed a two-year post-doctoral training in Endodontics at Nova Southeastern University College of Dental Medicine in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Dr. Desir is a board-eligible endodontist and is on track to obtain diplomat status in endodontics, the highest recognition of achievement an endodontist can obtain.
Dr. Desir is happily married to Germaine, who is also a dentist, and they have two daughters, Abigail and Mayah and a son, Christian. He also enjoys working out, and he loves watching football, soccer and basketball. Dr. Desir has found a new passion in golf. Dr. Desir strives to treat all his patients with the excellent care, kindness and attentiveness that he would want for himself.
- American Association of Endodontists
- American Dental Association
- Georgia Dental Association
- Dental Organization for Conscious Sedation-DOCS
Dr. Rolin Desir takes special care to ensure his patients are treated with compassion and kindness! Here is how he found his path in dentistry
My name is Doctor Rolin Desir, I am an Endodontist and I am the owner of McDonough and Conyers endodontic center.
I have been an Endodontist for 11 years now and it has been the most rewarding and gratifying 11 years of my life. As an Endodontist I went through a lot of years of study, I went to dental school for 4 years at Meharry Medical College, in Nashville Tennessee. I did spend an additional year in Brooklyn New York for a general practice residency and I did 2 years at Nova, Southeastern University for my endodontic training.
My career in dentistry started from a personal experience.
I am originally from Haiti and one summer my grandmother was visiting from Haiti and she had a terrible toothache. So I took her to the dentist – she was extremely nervous. She was scared, she was sweating because she did not know what to expect.
The dentist was not too kind – he was yelling and screaming and shouting. He showed no compassion at all! At that time from that experience, I decided I wanted to be a dentist so I can be different.