Bozidar “Bole” Kuljic
Dr. Bozidar L. Kuljic
Dr. Kuljic founded his Beverly, Massachusetts practice in 1999 with the desire of bringing the best in dental knowledge and skill to this small but thriving New England community. Dr. Kuljic graduated from the School of Dentistry at the University of Belgrade, Serbia. In 1996, he graduated from the the Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles.
In 2004, he completed the Straight Wire Seminars extended studies in orthodontics. It has helped him immensely in helping his patient’s breathe and sleep better as well as reconstructing the most challenging dental situations in our practice.
In 2011, Dr. Kuljic graduated from the “20/20 Oral Plastic Surgery” courses taught by renowned teacher, scholar and surgeon, Dr. Pat Allen. These courses enabled him to perform gum surgeries at the highest level.
As a disciple and graduate of the prestigious Kois Center ( www.koiscenter.com) – a didactic and clinical program for advancing esthetic, implant and restorative dentistry – Dr. Kuljic completed a ten-part clinical coursework program, passed oral and written examinations to become one of the Kois Center’s mentors in 2011.
In 2013, he and his wife, Dr Natasa Mandic-Kuljic established their second practice, Dentistry of Newburyport, in Newburyport, Massachusetts.
In 2020, he has become a Clinical Instructor at the Kois Center.
His latest achievement and point of professional attention is his graduation in The Airway Mini Residency in 2017: A three part didactic program focusing on overall wellness that is influenced by mouth, teeth and all of its soft tissue components which are all responsible for correct breathing and, consequently, sound and optimal sleep.
Dr Kuljic is a former Assistant Clinical Professor at the Department of Esthetic and Restorative Dentistry at Tufts School of Dental Medicine in Boston.
All clinical articles that he has published, over the years, are readily available on the internet or by clicking bellow.
Outside of work, Dr. Kuljic enjoys spending time with his wife and four boys. He enjoys reading, long walks, photography and skiing.
Dr Kuljic’s published papers in journals of dental sciences
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- June 2023, Compendium; Sleep-Disordered Breathing and Its Potential Impact on Restorative Dentistry: 14-year Case Study
- March 2017, Compendium ; Challenges in Treating Edge-to-Edge Incisal position for Esthetics
- Compendium, March 2016 : Interdisciplinary Treatment Planning in Transitioning a Periodontally Hopeless Dentition: A Clinical Case Review
- June 2013 Compendium: Space Management: A Technique for Esthetic, Conservative Treatment of Congenitally Missing Teeth
- June 2013: Merging Orthodontics and Restorative Dentistry: An Integral Part of Esthetic Dentistry
- Article Critique