Meet Dr. Fagan

                                                              MARK CHARLES FAGAN, D.D.S., M.S.                                                         

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¨        Implant Site Development with  Simultaneous Block and Soft Tissue Graft,Mark C. Fagan, Gregory J. Conte and Richard T. Kao; Clinical Advances in Periodonttics. Posted online on 8 June 2012 Accepted for publication

¨        Simultaneous Hard and Soft Tissue Augmentation
for Implants in the Esthetic Zone: Report of 37
Consecutive Cases, Fagan, MC., Owens, H., Smaha, J., Kao,
KT., Journal of Periodontology,  Vol 79(9)2008: 1782-1788.

¨        Provisional Restorations: A Key Determinant
for Implant Site Development,
Conte, GJ., Fagan, MC., Kao, RT.  CDA Journal 36(4)2008: 261-268.

¨        Thick vs. Thin Gingival Biotypes: A Key Determinant in Treatment Planning for Dental Implants, Kao, RT., Fagan, MC., Conte, GJ. CDA Journal 36(3)2008: 193-198.

¨        Tissue Engineering of Hard and Soft Tissue for Implant Site Preparation: A Human Case Report.  Fagan,
M., Miller, R., Lynch, S., Kao, R.; International Journal for Periodontology and Restorative Dentistry, 28(1)Feb 2008: 37-43.

¨        Intrapulpal Temperatures During Pulsed Nd:YAG Laser Treatment of Dentin, In Vitro. White, J., Fagan, M., and Goodis, H. J.  Periodontal 1994;255-259.

¨        R.  Metzgar and M. Mitchell, eds., Human Tumor Antigens and Specific Tumor
UCLA Symposia on Molecular and Cellular Biology, New Series, Vo199, Allen R. Liss, Inc., NY,

¨        New Vectors for Construction of Recombinant High Copy Number
Yeast Acentric Ring Plasmids
. Fagan, Mark and John Scott.  Gene 40(1989): 217-229.


2010-Present    Fellow, Academay of Dentisry International

2007-Present    Fellow, American College of Dentists

1991-Present    California Society of Periodontists

                            Secretary,  2013

1991-Present    Santa Clara County Dental Society (SCCDS)

                            President,  Santa Clara County Dental Society (SCCDS), 2007

1990-Present    American Academy of Periodontology           

1990-Present    California Dental Association                         

1990-Present    American Dental Association


2005                Volunteer Teacher of the Year Award, Post-Graduate Periodontology, UCSF

1989                Omicron Kappa Upsilon Dental Honor Society, Sigma

1989                Omicron Kappa Upsilon’s Kramer Award of Excellence

1989                The American Association of Orthodontists Award

1989                American Institute of Orthodontics Research Scholarship,


1989-1991       University of California, San Francisco              Specialty Certificate   Periodontology

1985-1989       University of Illinois at Chicago                           D.D.S.                           Dentistry

1982-1985       University  of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. IL    M.S.                             Microbiology

1977-1982       University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, IL      B.S.                             Microbiology


2004-Present    Conscious Sedation Permit, California

1991-Present    Dental Licensure, California

1991-Present    Periodontology Certificate


1992-Present    Private Practice at above address

1991-1996 &   Adjunct Clinical Professor, Department of Periodontology

2001-Present    University of California, San Francisco School of Dentistry

1991-1992       Periodontal Associateship, San Jose, CA


1990-1992       Laser irradiation effects on oral hard tissues using the Nd:YAG laser;

                          project head Joel White, D.D.S., Department of Restorative Dentistry, UCSF School of Dentistry

1986-1988       Research assistant to Lloyd Graf, PhD, Center for Periodontal Research, Supported by research

                          assistantships. Responsibilities included assisting in the molecular cloning

                          and characterization two human tumor cell-associated antigens

1982-1985       Master’s Degree work, under John F. Scott, PhD, consisted of cloning vector development

                          and characterization in the yeast Saccharomyces cereviseae. Work supported in part by

                         research assistantships