Dr. Luis Obando at the 3rd Implant Direct Symposium

Dr. Luis Obando at the 3rd Implant Direct Symposium

As part of his continued interest for education and training with the best dental professionals around the world, Dr. Luis G. Obando attended the 3rd Implant Direct Symposium on the beautiful island of Mallorca, Spain from October 23th to October 25th 2015. The...
Nova Dental wants to congratulate Dr. Obando!

Nova Dental wants to congratulate Dr. Obando!

Dr. Luis G. Obando was recently accepted as Affiliate Associate Fellow of the American Academy of Implant Dentistry. With this honor, he is the first and only Costa Rican dentist with this accreditation. Thank you Dr.Obando, for your excellent work during your...

Clinic Profile: Dr.Obando@Nova Dental

Text and Photos by Rod Anderson. I must be spoiled by super fast internet back home. I did the tour and interview @ NOVA dental yesterday, but it took all night for the video to upload. I finally went to bed around midnight last night and it was still only 70% done at...

2014 AO Annual Meeting: Real Problems, Real Solutions

This year, Dr. Luis G. Obando will attend the 2014 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Osseointegration in Seattle, Washigton. This congress is considered by many as one of the most important odontological activities in the year. For those who don´t know it, the 2014...

Dental Care From Birth to 6 Months

A child’s dental care really starts with his or her mother’s healthy pregnancy, because baby teeth begin to form before birth. If you are pregnant, eat a balanced, nutritious diet and be sure to get enough vitamins and minerals. Pregnant women should have...

Can Poor Dental Health Cause Dementia?

Poor dental health and gum disease may be linked to Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, a new study from the University of Central Lancashire School of Medicine and Dentistry suggests. Although past studies have suggested a link between oral health and dementia,...

Improving gum health may reduce heart risk

Written by Catharine Paddock PhD. Researchers at Columbia University in New York suggest that if you look after your gums, you could also be reducing your risk of heart disease. They claim that improving dental care slows the speed with which plaque builds up in the...
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