Mexican Dental Association International Congress of Dentistry meeting features Texas A&M College of Dentistry expertise
Texas A&M College of Dentistry was the invited institution at the 2016 Mexican Dental Association International Congress of Dentistry meeting Nov. 17-19 in Mexico City and, as such, provided presentations from faculty and residents spanning several departments.
Dr. Francisco Curiel, periodontics – “The Use of Guided Surgery in Implant Dentistry” and “Soft Tissue Management Around Implants in the Esthetic Zone”
Dr. Regina Casian, diagnostic sciences – “The Use of CBCT in Dentistry”
Dr. Celeste Abraham, periodontics – “Tissue Talk: A Conversational Review of Commonplace Oral Lesions”
Dr. Garth Griffiths, periodontics – “Bisphosphonate Pharmacology, Bone Dynamics and MRONJ” and “Fundamentals of Mucogingival & Radiosurgical Techniques”
Dr. Jorge Gonzalez, oral and maxillofacial surgery – “Hybrid Prosthesis for the Adult Population” and “Hybrid Prosthesis: Avoiding Complications”
Dr. Gilbert Triplett, oral and maxillofacial surgery – “Surgical Techniques and Tools to Conserve Alveolar Bone in Anticipation of Implant-Supported Reconstruction”
The College of Dentistry’s role in 2016 follows in the footsteps of Harvard School of Dental Medicine, the invited institution for the 2015 annual meeting.