Dr. Rolin Desir

Dr. Rolin Desir attended Florida International University in Miami, where he completed his undergraduate studies. He attended Meharry Medical College School of Dentistry in Nashville, Tennessee, from where he earned his D.D.S degree.

Upon graduation from dental school, Dr. Desir completed a one-year General Practice Residency in Brooklyn, New York, where he gained experience in all facets of dentistry and a passion for endodontics. He later completed a two-year post-doctoral training in Endodontics at Nova Southeastern University College of Dental Medicine in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Dr. Desir is a board-eligible endodontist and is on track to obtain diplomat status in endodontics, the highest recognition of achievement an endodontist can obtain.

Dr. Desir is happily married to Germaine, who is also a dentist, and they have two daughters, Abigail and Mayah and a son, Christian. He also enjoys working out, and he loves watching football, soccer and basketball. Dr. Desir has found a new passion in golf. Dr. Desir strives to treat all his patients with the excellent care, kindness and attentiveness that he would want for himself.


Meet Dr. Rolin Desir and his journey that brought him into the world of dentistry!

Mcdonough and Conyers endodontic center - Dr. Rolin Desir

My name is Doctor Rolin Desir, I am the owner of McDonough and Conyers endodontic center. I went to Meharry medical college in Nashville Tennessee. I did a general practice residency in New York and I did my endodontic trading at Nova, South Eastern University in Fort Lauderdale Florida. I went to dentistry because of a personal experience I had.
I am originally from Haiti and my grandmother was visiting from Haiti and she had a toothache. I took her to the dentist and she was extremely nervous and anxious. She was so nervous she was being uncooperative and the dentist was yelling and screaming at her and being very impatient, and at that time I say I will go into dentistry so I can make a difference. What I enjoy the most about what I do is take patients out of pain and many instances, patients will walk in, in tears with extreme pain and I am able to do the procedure and they walk out smiling! That to me is the most grafting thing I do about my profession. What makes us different from other providers is the love and care we have for our team and our patients!