Dr. Robert Bracho
A Maryland native, Dr. Bracho was born and raised in the Washington D.C. metro area. He attended St. Lawrence University, where he received his undergraduate degree in neuroscience. In addition to academics, Dr. Bracho was an All-League player for the St. Lawrence University football team. After ending his football career, he enrolled at University of Maryland Dental School where he received his degree of Doctor of Dental Surgery. He was a participant in the universities Oral Surgery Clerkship. Through this opportunity, Dr. Bracho was able to gain advanced knowledge and a year of experience in surgical procedures and extractions. He was an active member of Gamma Pi Delta, a prosthodontics honor society.
Continuing his pursuit of knowledge, Dr. Bracho completed a program to preform the LANAP protocol. The therapy is at the cutting edge of laser treatment for periodontal disease. His extended course work also included training in Invisalign. In order to gain experience and certification in sedation dentistry, he completed a comprehensive program in parenteral conscious sedation. This mini residency was completed at the St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center in conjunction with Seton Hall University School of Health and Medical Sciences. The coursework allowed Dr. Bracho to perform oral and IV sedation for his nervous and fearful patients. Additionally, he has studied at the Dawson Academy for TMJ and occlusion treatments.
Dr. Bracho is a standing member of the A.D.A, A.G.D., A.A.C.D., and the American Society for the Advancement of Anesthesia and Sedation in Dentistry. Dr. Bracho is committed to the accreditation process for the A.A.C.D.. He is also certified in Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support.
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