Dr. René Horvilleur, DDS is a specialist in Prosthodontics and Implant Dentistry, completed a two-year postgraduate program in prosthodontics at the College of Dentistry, New York University in 1981. From 1981-1986, Dr. Horvilleur participated in a five-year fellowship at the Dental Center of Peninsula Hospital in Far Rockaway, New York, teaching prosthodontics, becoming the chief attending clinical Prosthodontist at the Dental Center. During this period, Dr. Horvilleur also worked in a multidiscipline, hospital-based private practice. In 1987, Dr. Horvilleur earned his second DDS degree from the
College of Dentistry at New York University.
Due to his strong interest in implant dentistry and desire to advance its application in his own practice, after completing all of the requirements for the implant educational program, Dr. Horvilleur received a Diplomate title from the International Congress of Oral Implantologists in December 1992. Dr. Horvilleur is an active instructor and teaches Prosthodontics and Implant Dentistry to his colleagues, both nationally and internationally, presenting his courses in numerous cities both in the US and all over the world.
Education & Training
Dental School - New York University
New York University (Prosthodontics)
Peninsula Hospital Center (Fellowship)
Awards and Publications
Diplomate: International Congress of Oral Implantologists