Dr. Henriette Lerner is the founder and Director of HL Dentclinic and Academy in Baden-Baden, Germany, which is an academic clinical, teaching and research facility of the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University, in Frankfurt on Main, Germany.
Dr. Lerner is the Past President of the Digital Dentistry Society International (DDS).
In 1990, Dr. Lerner was granted the degree of Doctor Medic. (DMD degree) from the Faculty of Dental Medicine, in Temeschburg, Romania, and then completed her postgraduate education in Oral Surgery, in Bucharest Romania. Later, Dr Lerner’ education in Implant Dentistry was completed in Germany and USA.
Among her other certifications, she is a Board Member & Expert for the DGOI (German Society of Oral Implantology,) and is an ICOI Diplomate. Dr Lerner is also Editorial Advisor for 3 scientific journals (Practical Implantology Paper, DGOI Oral Implantology, Digital dentistry and Healthcare Knowledge) and Guest Editor at Biomed Research International.
She is the author of a numerous scientific papers and book chapters (Esthetics in Dentistry; Implant Esthetics, Digital Occlusion in Implant Rehabilitations) which detail esthetics in Implantology, grafting procedures, biomaterials science and digital technologies.
Dr. Lerner’s expertise spans the fields of clinical research, advanced techniques in the Digital Workflow of complex implant cases, soft and hard tissue augmentation techniques, biomaterials research, dental aesthetics, and designing functional occlusion in complete oral rehabilitation.
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