Get to know the Office and Doctors
that will be taking care of your smile.
At Gulf Breeze Dental Care, you’ll find gentle, understanding dentists and hygienists committed to helping you look and feel better. And we’re working hard to make it easy to keep your family healthy. To clean your teeth. Straighten your smiles. And do it in a way that fits best with your schedule and life.
We’re the dentist you can trust for the life of your smiles. Because whether you know it or not, we already consider your family, part of ours.
2640 E. League City Parkway, 108
League City, TX 77573
Phone Number: (281) 334-5109
Fax Number: (216) 584-1409
Monday: 7am – 6pm
Tuesday – Thursday: 7am – 5pm
Friday: 8am – 4pm
Saturday & Sunday: Closed
We are located in the same strip center as Kroger.
Dental care is available for patients of all ages, including pediatric services and care for senior patients as well as adults.
For teeth that are out of alignment, metal braces can effectively shift the teeth to a proper position.
A dental implant involves placing a replacement tooth root in the jawbone, which provides the foundation for temporary or permanent tooth options.
Multiple types of oral conditions, such as disease, might negatively affect a patient's overall wellness. Stemming from damaging oral bacteria, gum disease is considered a main source of loose or missing teeth among patients aged 35 and up...
There are many types of oral surgery, including surgical procedures such as a tooth removal or a root canal.
Dentures are used to replace all of a patient’s teeth (complete dentures) or several teeth (partial dentures) to restore your smile.
DentalWorks cosmetic dentistry procedures will rejuvenate your smile.
In addition to preventative care, repairing your smile, and all of our standard services, we have even more that can help you and your family stay healthy.
From checkup and cleanings, to transforming your smile, our dental family is here for yours. But don’t take our word for it. See what our patients are saying about us.
I had a great visit with such friendly staff. The assistant was very polite and dentist was very thorough with explaining what I needed. The best part was the promptness of the appointment. I’m definitely coming back.A.T.
This was my first visit to Gulf Breeze Dental so I wasn't sure what to expect. When I arrived the staff was friendly, efficient, and helpful. The dentist did a great job of examining me and setting up a treatment plan going forward. It was an overall great experience.A.L.
Dan Ellis, D.D.S., is a Family Dentist.
Dr. Dan Ellis earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from The University of Houston in 2001, with a minor in Chemistry. Subsequently, he earned his D.D.S. from The University of Texas Dental Branch, and continues his education in Orthodontics through various study clubs. Dr. Ellis always knew he wanted to be in the healthcare field, and he has a strong desire to help educate people on how to improve and maintain their health. His desire for improving health extends beyond dentistry, as he volunteers for Hope for 3, Special Olympics, and does numerous activities for autism charities. In his free time, Dr. Ellis strives to always be an active parent for his children, spending time with his family, and enjoys skiing and scuba diving – depending on the season.
Cristina Abramian, D.D.S., is a General Dentist.
Bio coming soon.
Shantia Kazemi, D.D.S., is a Periodontist.
Dr. Shantia Kazemi is a board certified Periodontist and Implant Surgeon. She completed her certificate in periodontal surgery and implant dentistry at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles. During her time at USC, she was the President of the “Advanced Periodontology Residents Study Club” and was selected to receive the “Associate Endowed Scholarship” from USC School of Dentistry. Before her time at USC, she earned her Master of Science degree in clinical translational sciences from the University of Illinois at Chicago where she received the “Board of Trustees Scholarship” for academic excellence.
A receipt of several awards and honors, she has also lectured nationally and internationally on implant dentistry and laser dentistry. Dr. Kazemi has published several articles in peer-reviewed journals and serves as a peer reviewer and associate editor of scientific journals in the field of implant dentistry and periodontology.
Dr. Kazemi strives to make dental visits a low-stress experience with minimal discomfort. She takes pride in providing high-quality evidence-based care to each patient based on their unique individual needs. When not working, she spends time with her family and friends, enjoys hiking, working out, cooking and traveling.
Justine Tanjaya, D.D.S., is an Orthodontist.
The Gulf Breeze Dental Care facility is conveniently located in League City, TX. Comfortable and relaxing, we invite patients of all ages and walks of life to our facility. Built to house the most advanced dental tools and technologies, our entire space was configured with the patient at the forefront. Our patients first experience starts with a warm greeting from our reception area team members, where patients are invited to relax and complete their necessary paperwork. Within our practice we boast several examination rooms, in addition to a secluded area to consult about treatment and pricing. Our dental treatment area is prepared with the latest dental equipment to make certain that every individual has a relaxing and effective appointment. Our team invites you to visit our state-of-the-art dental practice, Gulf Breeze Dental Care in League City, so that we can give you the treatment you require.
In light of the COVID pandemic, we are taking extra vigilance to ensure the health of you and our team. Please see the additional steps we are taking in our practices to ensure your safety.
We have reinforced our already comprehensive Infection Control procedures with our team members, which include:
In addition we are also taking the following additional steps:
If you develop any cold symptoms prior to your appointment, please consider rescheduling.
We understand the longer dental practices remain closed to preventive care and treatment for early forms of dental disease, the more likely that patients’ untreated disease will progress, increasing the complexity and cost of treatment. It is recommended by the CDC that you minimize the number of visits by completing as much of your recommended treatment during your appointment.