Dr. Heldt grew up in Thousand Oaks, a suburb north of Los Angeles. He graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Pacific Union College and completed Dental School at Loma Linda University where he was the recipient of the Hanson Scholarship Award for clinical excellence. After dental school, he obtained his Anesthesia training at the USC School of Dentistry, Occlusion & Treatment Planning at the KOIS Center, and Dental Implant training at the gIDE Master Clinician Program in Santa Monica, CA. He has a special interest in implant dentistry but is also focused on providing a World-Class Dental Experience for his patients utilizing cutting-edge technology, contemporary surgical techniques, and modern business systems. Dr. Heldt advocates for more doctors to use digital technology in dentistry and has participated in training other dentists in this specialized focus.
Dr. Heldt is a member of the American Academy of Implant Dentistry and a Fellow of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists, with certifications in both Anesthesia and Dental Implants. He has been on international mission trips to Mexico, Honduras, Peru, and Belize providing pro bono dental care to underserved communities. He currently practices in Newport Beach, California.
On his free time, Jeremy enjoys basketball, football, mountain biking, snowboarding, hiking, traveling, and photography. As the son of a missionary doctor working for the Swiss Red Cross and a nurse for the American Embassy, he's had the opportunity to live in several countries growing up including England, Pakistan, Mexico, Vietnam, and Thailand. Philanthropy and helping the underserved has always been emphasized by his parents since childhood and will be continued in his career.
Dr. Heldt had the pleasure of working with Nobel Biocare® at the California Dental Association 2017 in Anaheim to demonstrate their latest implant planning software. With continuous innovation, Nobel Biocare® has created a legacy of pioneering the dental implant industry. Their research and developmental contributions have enabled clinicians worldwide to place dental implants in more efficient, safer, and predictable ways than ever before.