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Dr. Cristina C. Teixeira

Associate Professor

NYU

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New York, New York 10016

United States

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Background Information

Affiliations

Co-Founders
Consortium for Translational Orthodontic Research

Education

DMD

DMD

New York University

DMD degree

University of Pennsylvania

MS

bachelor's Degree

University of Pennsylvania

dental medicine degree

University of Pennsylvania

master's Degree

University of Pennsylvania

Web References (52 Total References)


CTOR : Research : Publications

orthodonticscientist.org [cached]

Sarah Alansari, Chinapa Sangsuwon, Thapanee Vongthongleur, Rachel Kwal, Miang chneh Teo, Yoo B. Lee, Jeanne Nervina, Cristina Teixeira, Mani Alikhani

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Mani Alikhani, Sarah Alansari, Chinapa Sangsuwon, Mona Alikhani, Michelle Yuching Chou, Bandar Alyami, Jeanne M. Nervina, Cristina C. Teixeira
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Daniel Rozen, Edmund Khoo, Hend El Sayed, Richard Niederman, Richard McGowan, Mani Alikhani, Cristina C. Teixeira
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Mani Alikhani, Daniel Rosen, Sarah Alansari, Chinapa Sangsuwon, Mona Alikhani and Cristina C. Teixeira
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S. M. Oliveira, G. Turner, S. P. Rodrigues, M. A. Barbosa, M. Alikhani, C. C. Teixeira
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Mani Alikhani, Markos Raptis, Billie Zoldan, Chinapa Sangsuwon, Yoo B. Lee, Bandar Alyami, Corey Corpodian, Luz M. Barrera, Sarah Alansari, Edmund Khoo, and Cristina Teixeira.
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Cristina C. Teixeira, Yuexun Liu, Lwin M. Thant, Jason Pang, Glyn Palmer, and Mani Alikhani
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Glyn D. Palmer, Alejandro H. Pito, Lwin Mon Thant, Serafim M. Oliveira, Marina D'Angelo, Mukundan G. Attur, Steven B. Abramson, Cristina C. Teixeira
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Serafim M. Oliveira, Rushali A. Ringshia, Racquel Z. Legeros, Elizabeth Clark, Michael J. Yost, Louis Terracio, and Cristina C. Teixeira
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Serafim M. Oliveira, M.S., Dindo Q. Mijares, D.D.S., Gloria Turner, B.A., Isabel F. Amaral, Ph. D., Mário A. Barbosa, Ph. D., and Cristina C. Teixeira, D.M.D., M.S., Ph. D.
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Serafim M. Oliveira, M.S., Isabel F. Amaral, Ph. D, Mário A. Barbosa, Ph. D., and Cristina C. Teixeira, D.M.D., M.S., Ph. D.
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Cristina C. Teixeira, Hanga Agoston and Frank Beier


CTOR : About CTOR : Advisory Board

orthodonticscientist.org [cached]

Cristina C Teixeira, DMD, MS, PhD • New York University • USA


Ortho News Archives - Page 7 of 54 - Upper Eastside

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"It is based on biology of bone," said Dr. Cristina Teixeira, NYU College of Dentistry's department chair of orthodontics, to the source. "It shows that minor injuries to the bone can facilitate bone turnover and can facilitate swift movement."

Dr. Teixeira and her colleagues began their research several years ago with an animal study that suggested that irritating the gums would increase tooth movement.


Ortho News Archives - Page 6 of 48 - Upper Eastside

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"It is based on biology of bone," said Dr. Cristina Teixeira, NYU College of Dentistry's department chair of orthodontics, to the source. "It shows that minor injuries to the bone can facilitate bone turnover and can facilitate swift movement."

Dr. Teixeira and her colleagues began their research several years ago with an animal study that suggested that irritating the gums would increase tooth movement.


"It is based on biology of ...

www.ueso.org [cached]

"It is based on biology of bone," said Dr. Cristina Teixeira, NYU College of Dentistry's department chair of orthodontics, to the source. "It shows that minor injuries to the bone can facilitate bone turnover and can facilitate swift movement."

Dr. Teixeira and her colleagues began their research several years ago with an animal study that suggested that irritating the gums would increase tooth movement.

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