Welcome to Chasolen Education
Welcome to the Chasolen Education & Research Center. I developed the Center in 2007 as the result of my perceived need to discuss and pass on the education, knowledge and experience I have accumulated in my 25 years as a student, clinician and educator. I am a clinical dentist with a specialty degree in Prosthodontics and formal fellowship training in Implant Prosthodontics. The Center provides dentists and their teams with evidence and clinical based information and interaction that allows the opportunity for the dental practitioner to achieve the highest level of treatment outcome for each individual patient in their practice.
Howard M. Chasolen, D.M.D.
Dr. Howard Chasolen graduated from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey in 1991. He earned a specialty certificate in Prosthodontics and a fellowship certificate in Implant Prosthodontics from the University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine from 1991 to 1994.
He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Oral Implantology and a Fellow of the American Academy of Implant Dentistry. He is a Past President of the Florida Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, The Florida Prosthodontic Association and The Sarasota County Dental Association as well as being appointed to the faculty at the University of Florida in the Graduate Prosthodontic Residency Program. He has restored over 25,000 units of crown and bridge, 1,100 full arches, and 12,000 implants. His practice is limited to Prosthodontics and is located in Sarasota, Florida.
What Students Are Saying About Chasolen Education
Tina Zeng, General Dentist
Victoria E. Ortiz, Prosthodontist
Natalia Ovacharenko, Periodontist
Carol Susan Lowe, General Dentist
Jignish Panchal, General Dentist
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How I Developed My Approach To and Philosophy About Effective Dentistry
Many years ago I learned from several of my mentors the importance of doing ‘clean’ dentistry, and this clip offers
Denture Occlusion – The Opposing Arch Is Often Ignored
Denture occlusion: Too often, the opposing arch is ignored. I see this all the time. This opposing occlusion is problematic