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Dr. Maria Calcina–Top Dentist 2015

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Dr. Maria Calcina, Pediatric Dentist, is chosen by the readers of H Texas Magazine as TOP DENTIST 2015.
DSC0230-a-socialmediaDr. Maria Calcina was born in Tientsin, China, before immigrating to Venezuela. She studied dentistry at the Universidad Central de Venezuela, and went on to pursue her postgraduate degree in pediatric dentistry at New York University College of Dentistry.
After winning a battle with endometrial cancer, Dr. Calcina pursued her licensure in the U.S., where she taught at the University of Maryland College of Dentistry. In 2007, Dr. Calcina relocated to Houston, and after beating breast cancer a year later, opened her practice in Katy. Dr. Calcina is an active member of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, the American Dental Association, the Association of Women Dentists, the Greater Houston Dental Society, the Hispanic Dental Society, the Houston Asian Dental Society, the Texas Dental Society and the Texas Southwestern Society of Pediatric Dentistry. - See more at: http://htexas.com/uncategorized/maria-calcina-dds
Click here to make an appointment for a dental visit with Dr. Calcina

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