Dr. Paul Fugazzotto received his Doctorate of Dental Surgery from New York University in 1979, and his Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study in Periodontics from Boston University in 1981. He is a visiting lecturer at Tufts University, Harvard University, and the University of Ancona in Ancona, Italy.
Dr. Fugazzotto has over 30 years of experience with bone regeneration (both around teeth, and in preparation for implant placement) and dental implant therapy. He has published extensively on these subjects in scientific journals. Dr. Fugazzotto is the director of the Institute for Comprehensive Implant Therapy & Esthetics, where training courses are taught to dentists from the United States and around the world on the most up to date techniques regarding dental implant placement and bone regeneration.
Dr. Fugazzotto is a fellow of the International Team for Implantology (ITI). Fellowship in the ITI is by election only. Dr. Fugazzotto is the past national director of the US ITI Study Clubs, and Editor-in-Chief of the journal Implant Realities.
Dr Fugazzotto has also authored three text books, including; “Decision Making in Implant and Regenerative Therapy.” Dr. Fugazzotto lectures extensively, both here and throughout the world, on the topics of periodontal therapy, regrowing lost bone, esthetics, and implant therapy.
Recent Articles and Textbooks
Fugazzotto PA, Parma Benfenati S: Preprosthetic periodontal considerations. Crown length and biologic width. Quint Int 15:1247 – 56, 1984.
Fugazzotto PA: Periodontal – Restorative interrelationships: the isolated restorations. JADA 110:915 – 918, 1985.
Parma Benfenati S, Fugazzotto PA, Ruben MP: The effect of restorative margins on the post surgical development and nature of the periodontium. Part I. Int J Periodontics & Restorative Dent 5:31 – 52, 1985.
Babay N, Fugazzotto PA, Ruben MP: Histologic evaluation of soft tissue attachment to acid – enzyme treated root surfaces. Int J Periodontics & Restorative Dent 5:77 – 87, 1985.
Parma Benfenati S, Fugazzotto PA, Ferriera PM, Ruben MP, Kramer GM: The effect of restorative margins on the post surgical development and nature of the periodontium. Part II. Anatomical considerations. Int J Periodontics & Restor Dent