Sammy Noumbissi DDS MS is known for his gentle and creative touch. He enjoys helping each of his patients improve their health, appearance, and self-esteem by creating the smile of their dreams. He also believes the overall health of every patient is intimately connected to oral health. Dr. Noumbissi believes in maintaining teeth, gum and jawbone health with natural and non-toxic means.

Sammy Noumbissi DDS MS earned his DDS from Howard University College of Dentistry, Washington DC. He furthered his dental training by attending the full time three-year Graduate Program in Implant Dentistry at Loma Linda University in California. His advanced studies culminated with a certificate in Implant Dentistry and a Masters of Science in Implant Surgery.

Advanced education and continuing dental study allows him to offer his patients a very superior dental experience and, an unparalleled level of quality care with the use of latest technology along with his personal magical touch.

His academic track record and sincere commitment to his patient’s well being, only shows his “Excellence” in everything he does.

Our state-of-the-art facility is equipped with the most advanced technology available. We offer digital X-Rays, intra-oral cameras, diagnostic lasers and 3D dental imaging which is the latest dental and implant diagnostic modality.

Education:

Howard University College of Dentistry, Washington DC
1994-1998: Doctor of Dental Surgery, June 1998

Universite de Montreal, Canada
1992-1994: Pre-Dentistry Academic Program
Diplome D’etudes Collegiales

Lycee General Leclerc /Lycee Fustel de Coulanges, Cameroon
1986-1992: Baccalaureat Partie I et II, Academie de Nantes

Postgraduate Education:

Loma Linda University School of Dentistry, Loma Linda CA
Graduate Program in Implant Dentistry 1999-2002
Certificate in Implant Dentistry, March 2002
Masters of Science in Implant Dentistry, September 2005

Awards, Honors and Academic Appointments:

Dental student research grant award for the “Characterization of the phytochemical
content of four chewing sticks from the Cameroon”
by NIH/University of Texas Houston  Dental Branch.

USA, July 1997

Oral biology award for significant achievement in and contribution to oral science.

American Association of Oral Biologists.

June 1998

Masters thesis project grant and technical support for “Evaluation of a Mineralized Bone
Allograft (PUROS) for Maxillary Sinus Graft in Humans” research project from Zimmer Dental Carlsbad, CA

March 2001

Member of the editorial board for the Journal of Implant and Clinical Dentistry JIACD

USA, January 2009

Associate Professor, Wichita State University Advanced Education Program in General Dentistry.

Wichita, Kansas August 2010

Member editorial board for the Oral Implantology section of Oro-Facial Chronicle. 

India, November 2012                                                   

President International Academy of Ceramic Implantology IAOCI (www.IAOCI.com)  

USA January 2013 to January 2015

Chair and scientific coordinator for the International Academy of Ceramic Implantology winter congress.  

Miami Florida, USA Jan 24 and 25, 2014.

Member of the editorial board for Dentistry and Medical Research Open Access Online Journal.                 

February 2014

Publications:

Abstract: “Characterization of the phytochemical content of four chewing sticks from the
Cameroon”
S. Noumbissi, O. Ajagbe DDS, B. Rittman Ph.D. Journal of Dental Research, abstract # 854, Vol 77, 1998

Clinical, Histologic, and Histomorphometric evaluation of Mineralized Solvent- Dehydrated Bone Allograft (Puros) in Human Maxillary Sinus Grafts.
S. Noumbissi DDS, J. Lozada DDS, P. Boyne DMD, M. Rohrer DDS, MS, D. Clem DDS, MS, J. Kim PhD, H. Prasad MDT. Journal of Oral Implantology, Sept, 2005; 171-179                                                      http://www.scribd.com/fullscreen/76552264?access_key=key-j3b7ebnvl8r3yoqycq4

A Comparative Clinical, Histological, and Histomorphometric Study of Mineralized Allograft and Xenograft materials in the Treatment of Atrophic Maxillary Sinues.
S. Noumbissi DDS MS, Alejandro J. Kleinman DDS MS, Journal of Implant & Advanced Clinical Dentistry, May, 2010; Web link: http://www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/specops/jiacd_201006/#/48 

Case of the Month: Immediate Temporization of an Immediately Placed Implant Utilizing the natural crown as a Temporary Prosthesis.
S. Noumbissi DDS MS, Journal of Implant & Advanced Clinical Dentistry, Feb, 2010;

Restoration of Anterior Ridge Deficiency with Block Allograft and Dental Implants: A Visual Case report.
S. Noumbissi DDS MS, Journal of Implant & Advanced Clinical Dentistry, July/August, 2011; Web link: http://www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/specops/jiacd_20110708/#/22 

Use of Prexion 3D CBCT For the Immediate Implant Placement and Temporization With Deficient Bone.
Sammy Noumbissi DDS MS, 3D CBCT Report Monthly Newsletter, December 2011; Web link: http://www.scribd.com/fullscreen/75695342?access_key=key-x0kvema3wrjw5azzne0