Dr. Henry Chen first set foot to the United States at the young age of 17, settling on the east coast where he received most of his education. Also has a passion for the art of songs and melody, he met his wife-to-be when she was still studying music. Now happily married, he also takes pride in his musically-inclined children.
Customers love him for his accommodating and friendly nature. He always welcomes customers both old and new with a genuine smile. As a result, children feel more at ease during their appointments, while the older patients find it easier to open up about their questions regarding their daily dental regimens. Truly, he makes dental visits more worthwhile and enjoying for his clients.
As a former member of the Veterans Administration Medical Center in New Orleans, Dr. Henry Chen also has an extensive experience and training in the field of prosthodontics. Recently, he was ranked by faculty appointment as Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Pennsylvania and Louisiana State University. His specialization focuses on applying bridges and crowns, dental implants, dentures and fillings. At present, his contributions and his excellence is continuously being recognized and regarded with utmost importance by the leading authorities in dental health and prosthodontics.
- American Dental Association
- California Dental Association
- Santa Barbara – Ventura County Dental Society
- American College of Prosthodontists
- Implant Study Club
- Previous Academic Rank: Clinical Assistant Professor at the Veterans Administration Medical Center in New Orleans and Louisiana State University
|1993||Graduated the University of Pennsylvania from their highly respected School of Dental Medicine in Philadelphia|
|1994||Graduated the University of Pennsylvania from their highly respected School of Dental Medicine in Philadelphia|
|1996||Completed 2-year Advanced Prosthodontics specialty training at the West Los VA Administration Medical Center|
|1997||Completed 12-month Maxillofacial Prosthetics Fellowship at the University Of Pennsylvania Hospital|
|1996-1998||Teaching appointment as Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Pennsylvania, where he received the 1998 Honorable Teaching Award|