dr. Mazen NatourDr. Mazen Natour attended Universite Saint Joseph in Beirut, Lebanon as an undergraduate. After graduating in 1998 with a Doctorate in Dental Science degree, he wanted to practice in the United States so went for advanced studies at Boston University Goldman Dental School in Massachusetts where he received his Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study in Prosthodontics in 2001.

Dr. Natour then achieved his North American Undergraduate Degree at Boston University where he received his Doctorate in Medical Dentistry in 2004 and his Masters of Science in Biomaterials in 2005.

Dr. Natour had been on the faculty at Boston University from 2001 to 2004 where he was an assistant clinical professor for Advanced Education in the General Dentistry program. He then moved to NYC and completed a four year Fellowship in Implant Dentistry at New York University-College of Dentistry and is currently the Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Periodontology and Implant Dentistry where he handles and oversees the quality control of all the prosthetic aspects of the department and is the Program director of implant honors program at NYUCD.

Dr. Natour has published several papers on the subjects of aesthetics, implants, and porcelain and cosmetic dentistry. He has contributed to several text books such as Chapter 80: Biomechanics (Main Author Caranzas) and the Atlas of Oral Implantology (Main Author: Cranin). He is a national and international lecturer.

He is fluent in three languages (French, English and Arabic) and travels several times a year to lecture internationally on behalf of the New York University International Programs. He has recently lectured in Abu Dhabi UAE and Dubai (UAE), Lisbon (Portugal), Seoul (South Korea), Beirut (Lebanon), and Florence (Italy). He is a member of the Academy of Osseo Integration, American Dental Association, New York State Dental Association, and NYU Implant Alumni Association.

His hobbies and passions include photography, go kart racing, tennis, skiing, and traveling.