Dr. Christensen graduated form the Royal Dental College, Copenhagen, Denmark in 1990. He received his PhD in 1993 from the Department of Orthodontics and the Department of Medical Anatomy at the University of Copenhagen.
After postgraduate studies at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital he gained an MSc in Orthodontics and the Membership of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh.
Dr. Christensen is in private practice in Oxford, UK. He is an Honorary Clinical Lecturer at UCL Eastman Dental Institute, London.
His current research interest focuses on clinical applications of digital technologies, modern bonding materials, MBT treatment mechanics, adult and aesthetic treatment. Dr. Christensen has been using the MBT appliance system since the introduction in 1997. He has previously held clinical advisory roles in 3M Unitek and 3Shape and has been a beta tester on several projects for FormLabs.
Publications include developmental aspects of tooth development, anatomy, orthodontic bonding, aesthetic orthodontics, treatment mechanics and digital orthodontics.
Dr. Christensen lectures extensively and has presented in Austral-Asia, Asia, Middle East, Europe as well as North and South America. He has presented more than 380 lectures around the world. He is a member of the British, European and American Associations of Orthodontics, The British Lingual Orthodontic Society and is an active Member of the Southern California component of the Edward H Angle Society.
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