Isaac E. Cueto DDS
Dr. Cueto earned his dental degree from the prestigious Universidad Iberomaricana in the Dominican Republic, after completing his undergraduate studies at Florida International University in Miami, FL. After dental school, Dr. Cueto completed two years of General Practice Residency, the first at Akron City Hospital, and the second at Carolinas Medical Center (Charlotte, NC). Dr. Cueto appreciates his patients’ respect and trust, so he regularly invests in continuing education. His studies include dental implants, oral surgery, cosmetic dentistry, and sedation.
As a vested member of the professional dental community, Dr. Cueto holds membership with the American Dental Association, the Ohio Dental Association, and the Stark County Dental Society. He gives back to the community through programs such as “Give Kids A Smile”, which focus on providing dental care for children in need.
Dr. Cueto feels privileged to work with such a caring and knowledgable staff. He also enjoys the NE Ohio life style. Despite growing up in sunny South Florida, he feels there’s no better place to live, work, and raise a family than NE Ohio. When he isn’t creating strong, sensational smiles, Dr. Cueto enjoys spending time outside playing sports, skiing, camping, and attending local college/HS football games.
My patients have become like friends after working at Gateway for so many years. When I am not at work, I enjoy spending time with my husband, teenage daughter and two dogs.
I enjoy being in dentistry and getting to know my patients. I like to be part of a team that is helping patients achieve optimal oral health. I spend my free time with my family and my two dogs. I love being outside.
Certified Dental Assistant– I enjoy being part of the Gateway Dental Care team and coming to work every day because I get to help patients change their smiles for the better! When I’m not at work, I enjoy spending time outside with my husband and children.
Office Manager – I have a degree in Social Work! How does that fit in to the dental practice? I find that I use it every day to help patients fully understand their treatment options, conquer their dental anxiety and to take those steps toward optimal oral health. I enjoy helping people find their smile again. At home, I enjoy spending time with family, reading, and gardening.