Dr. Arthur is a bilingual General Dentist and founder of OASIS Modern Dentistry & Orthodontics.
Dr. Arthur received her DDS degree (2000) at the National University of Colombia, one of the most prestigious universities in South America. Dr. Arthur earned a Master in Public Health (2013) at UNC-CH, the number one ranked public school of public health in the USA. She went on to obtain a degree as a Dental Public Health Specialist (2015) at NYU Langone Dental Medicine. Continuing at NYU Medical Center, she completed another post-doctoral residency degree (AEGD) emphasizing extensive training in implants, surgery, and IV sedation (2017).
As a postdoctoral research associate at The Center For Oral And Systemic Diseases at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC-CH) from 2005-2009, she explored the impact of periodontal disease on cardiovascular disease, kidney disease, and pregnancy.
Her ground-breaking Dental Public Health research in Non-Dental Providers of Preventative Dental Services was published in the February 2016 issue of The American Academy of Pediatrics.
Specialties: Dental Public Health/Education, Dental Implants, Ethics in Dentistry and Public Health Research
Dr. Arce is a bilingual Periodontist and Faculty Clinician & Educator at UTHealth.
Dr. Arce began his graduate education at Universidad del Valle at Cali-Colombia, where he obtained a DDS degree (2000) and a Masters degree in Pharmacology (2005). Dr. Arce then moved to the US to obtain a PhD in Oral Biology (2011) and a specialty certificate in Periodontology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Dentistry (2013). He also completed a certificate in Translational Research from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) and a postdoctoral fellowship with the Next Generation of Oral Health Researchers (NextGen-NIDCR) training program at UNC.
His research interests include molecular host/pathogen interactions and the modulation of inflammatory responses in periodontitis, as well as computer-guided implant surgery systems. Dr. Arce has been awarded the AAPF Educator Scholarship (2012), the AAPF fellowship to the institute for teaching and learning (2014), and the AAPF Teaching Fellowship (2015).
Dr. Arce is currently a Harold Amos AMFDP scholar, a Diplomat of the American Academy of Periodontology and an Associate Professor of Periodontics in the University of Texas Health Science Center School of Dentistry at Houston, TX.
"OASIS Modern Dentistry & Orthodontics follows all requirements for the dental industry.
At this time, there are no restrictions placed upon our patients. Masking is optional.
Clinical employees and providers will continue to wear masks and personal protective equipment, as has been our industry standard for decades. Similarly, sanitation and infection control protocols continue to be implemented by our staff."