Nuno Bernardo Malta dos Santos

Invited Teaching Assistant

Generic Bio

Nuno Bernardo Malta dos Santos born on February 11, 1974 in Amoreira da Gândara
Municipality of Anadia and Aveiro District.

  • Degree in Dentistry from the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Coimbra in 2001.
  • Lecturer in Periodontology at Universidade Católica Portuguesa since 2001.
  • Post-graduated in Periodontal Surgery from the University of Havana in 2008.
  • Master degree by the Portuguese Catholic University in 2010.
  • Title of “Specialist in Periodontology” by the Portuguese Dental Association in 2017.
  • Lecturer in the Postgraduate Program in Periodontology, Faculty of Dentistry, Catholic University.
  • PhD Student at the University of Santiago Compostela.
Other

3D analysis of the clinical results of VISTA technique combined with connective tissue graft

André Ricardo Maia Correia & Nuno Bernardo Malta dos Santos (with D.S. Martins). 2019. Biodental Engineering V
Paper

Connective tissue grafts for root coverage: A 3D evaluation of the outcomes

Nuno Bernardo Malta dos Santos (with Marques, Tiago Tiago Miguel). 2019. Clinical Oral Implants Research
Paper

Determinants of gingival recessions in Portuguese adults

Nuno Bernardo Malta dos Santos, Tiago Miguel Santos Marques & Nélio Jorge Veiga (with Lapa, J.). 2016. Revista Odonto Ciencia
Book

Intraoral Scan and 3D Analysis of Periodontal Plastic Surgery Outcomes

André Ricardo Maia Correia & Nuno Bernardo Malta dos Santos (with Ramos, S.). 2019. Lecture Notes in Computational Vision and Biomechanics
Paper

Lingual Incision Subperiosteal Tunnel Access: Proof of Concept 18-Month Follow-Up

André Ricardo Maia Correia & Nuno Bernardo Malta dos Santos (with Alves, J.P.). 2019. Clinical advances in periodontics
Paper

Prevalence of gingival recessions and determinants in a Portuguese sample of patients

Nuno Bernardo Malta dos Santos (with Lapa, J). 2013. European Journal of Public Health
Paper

Tensile strength assay comparing the resistance between two different autologous platelet concentrates (leucocyte-platelet rich fibrin versus advanced-platelet rich fibrin): a pilot study

Nuno Bernardo Malta dos Santos 2021. International Journal of Implant Dentistry