Dr. Winston Adam Camargo
DDS, MSc(Perio), MDM(Perio U. Porto-PT), PGrd. Implant (ITI-PT), PhD(cand. RadboudUMC-NL, 2020)
Winston qualified in Dentistry from the University of Ponta Grossa (Brazil) in 2003 and then completed a 3-year full time Master’s Degree in Periodontics in 2006. In 2010, he commenced a two year, Post Graduate Degree programme in Implant dentistry under the direction of Dr Manuel Neves in Oporto, Portugal.
After receiving his second Master’s degree, he worked in practice limited to Periodontics and Implant dentistry at the clinic of Prof. Dr Manuel Fontes de Carvalho, founder of the Portuguese Dental Council, Professor and Prorector at the University of Porto.
In 2014 Winston commenced the PhD programme at Radboud University, Netherlands. Radboud University is a world leading institution in the study and development of new bone substitutes and dental implants. He has a special interest in the behaviour of different dental implants and bone substitutes in patients with compromising conditions such as diabetes and osteoporosis.
Winston has worked exclusively in the field of Periodontics for more than 15 years, completing thousands of periodontal cases, which makes him an EXPERT at giving you healthy teeth and gums.
- Hybrid particles derived from alendronate and bioactive glass for treatment of osteoporotic bone defects. Journal of Materials Chemistry
- Efficacy of intraoperatively prepared cell-based constructs for bone regeneration publication date. Cell Research & Therapy
- Composite Colloidal Gels Made of Bisphosphonate‐Functionalized Gelatin and Bioactive Glass Particles for Regeneration of Osteoporotic Bone Defects. Advanced Functional Materials
- A theranostic dental pulp capping agent with improved MRI and CT contrast and biological properties. 2017. Acta Biomaterialia
- Effect of surface alkali-based treatment of titanium implants on ability to promote in vitro mineralization and in vivo bone formation. 2017. Acta Biomaterialia
- Diabetes Mellitus and Bone Regeneration: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Animal Studies. Tissue Engineering