Dr. Bernard W. Segall has been a practicing prosthodontist in Miami since 1973. He is well known as a local, national and international lecturer whose research in maxillofacial prosthodontics has been printed in numerous professional journals and textbooks. He is currently a full professor in the Graduated Prosthodontic Department at Nova Southeastern University. He is also on the clinical staff of Jackson Memorial Hospital and Mount Sinai Hospital.
Dr. Segall received his Doctorate of Medical Dentistry from the University of Pittsburgh in 1968. Upon graduation, he continued his training in prosthodontics at the University of Pittsburgh and completed his maxillofacial training at Roswell Memorial Park Hospital, a renowned cancer research hospital in Buffalo, New York.
A fully integrated member of the Dade County professional community, Dr. Segall is past president of many societies, including the American Cancer Society (ACS), the Miami Beach Dental Society (MBDS), Dade County Dental Research Clinic (DCDRC), and Alpha Omega Dental Fraternity (AODF).
Dr. Segall resides with his wife and young daughter in Coconut Grove, Florida.