Division of Restorative Dentistry

Restorative dentistry is the study, diagnosis and integrated management of diseases of the teeth and their supporting structures and the rehabilitation of the dentition to functional and esthetic requirements. Restorative dentistry encompasses restorations of types on natural teeth to include composites, amalgams, endodontic build-ups, and crowns.

Faculty

Jeff Bayme, D.M.D.
Instructor

W. Carter Brown, D.M.D.
Assistant Professor

John Comisi, D.D.S.
Assistant Professor

Mullen Coover, D.D.S.
Assistant Professor

Raymond Kessler, III, D.D.S.
Assistant Professor 

James Loe, D.M.D.
Assistant Professor
Director, Division of Restorative Dentistry 

Ted McGill, D.M.D.
Associate Professor

Karen McPherson, D.M.D.
Assistant Professor

Anthony Mennito, D.M.D.
Associate Professor

Christie Moody, D.M.D.
Instructor

Robert Morrow, D.M.D.
Instructor

Elizabeth Pilcher, D.M.D.
Professor 

Walter Renne, D.M.D.
Associate Professor 

Jompobe Vuthiganon, D.M.D.
Associate Professor

David Whittaker, D.M.D.
Associate Professor