Dr. Julie Boulos
Dr. Joseph Boulos
At the Oral Health Forum held on June 13, 2019, the County of San Diego Health and Human Services,
presented Dr Joseph Boulos with the 2019 Live Well San Diego Oral Health Champion Award in recognition
of exceptional achievements advancing oral health in San Diego County.
Dr. Joseph and Dr. Julie Boulos are husband and wife dentists practicing general dentistry in Pacific Beach, California. They met while working in biomedical research at UCLA and graduated together, in the same class, from the University of Detroit Mercy School of Dentistry in Michigan. Their oldest daughter, Jacqueline, was born on the day they graduated from dental school. When they are not working they enjoy cooking, gardening, biking, watching classic films and most importantly playing with their two daughters, Jacqueline and Junalisa.
Caring for the Person Behind the Smile
Dr. Joseph and Dr. Julie make it a priority to treat each patient as an individual with unique needs and expectations. They begin each new patient appointment by listening to and understanding the concerns of their patients. They believe in a non-judgemental and compassionate approach to patient care. Providing high quality dentistry for every patient is their highest priority. To achieve this goal they have gained experience using the most modern dental techniques and materials available for your dental care. They offer a wide range of services in general dentistry including periodontal treatment, cosmetic dentistry, root canal treatment, crown and bridge, pediatric dentistry, tooth removal, dentures, and bleaching. They are respectful of your time and try to see all patients at their scheduled appointment time. In addition, the doctors and staff at All Coast Dental treat each patient with dignity, respect, and compassion.
Dr. Julie earned her Bachelors of Science in Nutritional Science from the California Polytechnic State University of San Luis Obispo in 1997. Her undergraduate training has provided Dr. Julie with a unique ability to focus on preventative dentistry and the interaction between nutrition and dental and systemic health. This has lead to her passion for helping patients prevent the two major causes of tooth loss in the United States which are gum disease and dental decay. She wishes to remind all of her patients that the mouth is the gateway to the body and that gum disease and dental decay have a profound affect on our systemic health.