Dr. Inaki Gamborena received his dental degree from Universidad Odontologica Dominicana in 1989, a certificate in Occlusion and Temporomandibular Disorders from the Mexican Association of Occlusal Reconstruction in 1990, and a certificate in Restorative Dentistry from the Autonoma Nuevo Leon University in Mexico in 1992. He then pursued his post graduating training in the US with a certificate in Prosthodontics and Master of Science degree in Dentistry from the University of Washington in 1996, where he was awarded with the Bolender contest award for clinical and academic excellence.
He received a certificate in Oral and Craniofacial Implants from the University of Texas in 1997. Dr. Gamborena is an Affiliate Professor at the University of Washington since 2001, assistant professor at the department of preventive and restorative sciences at the University of Pennsylvania since 2007 and clinical assistant professor at the department of periodontics at Medical COllege of Georgia since 2009.
He is the Editor in Chief of Quintessence Technica Journal (Spanish Version). Author of the book "EVOLUTION : Contemporary Protocols for Anterior Single Tooth Implants" I. Gamborena/ M. B. Blatz by Quintessence Publishing Co Inc, 2014. Inventor of the "slim temporary abutment concept: maximizing space for soft tissue growth" Nobelbiocare, November 2014.
He is a member of the European Academy of Esthetic Dentistry since 2002, the American Academy of Restorative Dentistry since 2011, and lectures worldwide. His private practice in San Sebastián is dedicated to esthetics, restorative dentistry and implants.
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