Mark Durham, DMD
Dr. Mark R. Durham is an active prosthodontist with years of clinical experience in the Veterans’ Affairs Hospital, private practice, and faculty practice. As a proud graduate of LSU’s 2010 prosthodontic program, he has a decade of experience with esthetic and complex dental reconstruction cases, implant prosthetics, and traditional prosthetic cases. He is also a Presidential Endowed Chair, has been the Section Head of Prosthodontics, and is an Associate Professor of the University of Utah. He is famous for leading the teams that built augmented-reality modules for new-age surgical visualization (X-Ray Surgical Glasses); low cost haptic-reinforced skill training system (dentistry meets video games); hundreds of virtual-reality distance learning micro-skills modules (virtual-reality meets dental school). For more than a decade, he has taught dental students, residents, dentists, and specialists in the United States and abroad on the most up to date topics in clinical prosthodontics and clinical dentistry.
As a long-time proponent of Drs. Rella and Gordon Christensen, he currently serves at the CR Foundation part-time where he is engaged in clinical, scientific, and academic integration.