Dr. Nicholas Egbert
Dr. Nicholas Luke Egbert received his Bachelors of Science in Medical Biology at the University of Utah in 2004. He completed his Doctor of Dental Surgery at Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska in 2008. Fascinated with complex, reconstructive implant dentistry, he then completed a full time three-year residency in Advanced Surgical Prosthodontics at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center completed in 2011. During his residency, Dr. Egbert earned his Masters of Dental Science verifying the accuracy of CT generated implant guides and evaluating the efficacy of various bone grafting materials. Dr. Egbert is currently one of four board certified Prosthodontists in the state of Utah and one of three Prosthodontist to have completed a surgically based prosthodontic residency program. Dr. Egbert is a Key Opinion Leader (KOL) for Southern Implants, one of the most innovative and highest quality dental implant companies in the world. Through clinical studies, he aids engineers in the research and design of dental implants. He maintains a private practice limited to surgical prosthodontics in Salt Lake City Utah and has attending faculty positions at both the University of Utah Hospital GPR and Roseman Dental School AEGD, an extension of NYU Langone. He enjoys teaching the residents implant surgery, bone grafting and restorative techniques in efforts of elevating the standard of care. His emphasis and passion in specialty dentistry includes: IV sedation, CT image-guided dental implant treatment planning and surgery, complex and aesthetic dental implant reconstruction, laser and L-PRF therapies. He provides monthly continuing education courses teaching other dentists about bone grafting, implant surgery and restoration. He lectures regularly to dental schools, residency programs and study groups on various dental implant topics. When not at work, Dr. Egbert enjoys spending time with his 3 children in the mountains skiing, biking, boating and fly fishing.