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Dr.Justin A. Shuffer was born and raised in Los Angeles and was an honors graduate of California State University, Los Angeles with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology. After college, Dr.Shuffer spent 2 years teaching middle school children and ran several non-profit programs geared towards college preparedness.

Dr.Shuffer attended UCLA to achieve his Doctorate in Dental Surgery. During dental school, a predilection towards children and individuals with special needs was born which led him to Fresno, CA to do a 1 year hospital residency at both Community Medical Center Level I trauma hospital and Cental Valley Veterans Affairs. 

Eager to return home, Dr.Shuffer returned to Los Angeles to complete  a 2 year hospital residency in Pediatric Dentistry at UCLA, serving as chief resident during his time. 

Dr.Shuffer holds a Faculty position at UCLA School of
Dentistry, Section of Pediatric Dentistry and volunteers his time at the Children's Dental Cottage in Los Angeles, CA. 

Dr.Shuffer is board certified with the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry.

Dr.Shuffer currently holds surgical staff privileges at the Covina Surgery Center and is on the Medical Staff at Presbyterian Intercommunity Hospital,  Children's Hospital Orange County, and Kaiser Permanente  to treat children with special needs as well as children with extensive surgical demands.

Dr. Shuffer is licensed by the Dental Board of California and is a Fellow with the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry.

BS Biology, California State University, Los Angeles   
Doctorate in Dental Surgery, UCLA 
Hospital Dentistry Residency, Community Medical Centers/Central Valley VA Hospital
Pediatric Dentistry Residency, UCLA
Chief Resident, UCLA
Former Faculty, UCLA School of Dentistry, Section of Pediatrics
Staff Hospital Privileges, Children's Hospital Orange County
Staff Hospital Privileges, Presbyterian Intercommunity Hospital
Staff Hospital Privileges, Kaiser Permanente, Bellflower & Fontana
Diplomate, American Board of Pediatric Dentistry