Dr. Stephen Wallace is a 1971 graduate of Boston University School of Graduate Dentistry with a Certificate in Periodontics. He was on the faculty of the New York University Department of Implant Dentistry for 17 years, attaining the academic rank of Associate Professor. He is currently an Associate Professor at the Columbia University Department of Periodontics. He is a Diplomate of the International Congress of Oral Implantology and a Fellow of the Academy of Osseointegration, currently serving as co-chairman of the Academy of Osseointegration committee for hands-on educational courses.
Dr. Wallace’s time at New York University is divided between clinical teaching and human clinical and histologic research. He has helped develop the world’s largest database on sinus augmentation surgery. He has performed research studies on products from the world’s leading manufacturers of implants and bone regenerative materials and is presently involved in research utilizing pdgf-bb and BMP-2 in sinus augmentation surgery.
Dr. Wallace lectures at home and abroad on issues relating to dental implantology and periodontics. He is the author of an evidence-based review of the sinus augmentation procedure published in the Annals of Periodontology and more than 30 journal articles and textbook chapters. He is co-editor, along with Dr. Tiziano Testori, of a textbook on sinus elevation surgery recently published by Quintessence that is now being published in eight languages. In addition to his faculty appointment, Dr. Wallace maintains a practice for periodontics, bone regeneration, and implant dentistry in Waterbury, CT.