About Dr. Marco Navarro

A highly educated orthodontist and dental surgery practitioner, Dr. Marco Navarro earned his Doctor of Dental Surgery from Monterrey, Mexico’s Autonomous University of Nuevo León before he moved to New York City to further his training. Today, he holds several degrees and specialty accreditations, including a Master of Science and a certificate of orthodontics from the University of Detroit Mercy School of Dentistry. Dr. Marco Navarro currently runs a private orthodontics practice in Irving, Texas, and he trains other dental professionals as a teaching fellow for a seminar series run by the AEO Group/Roth-Williams Center for Functional Occlusion and affiliated with the University of Detroit Mercy. During his career, Dr. Marco Navarro has researched and presented on numerous topics related to orthodontics and dentistry in general. His research focuses have included the use and benefits of prescription-based orthodontics and the effects of dentofacial orthopedic appliances on temporomandibular joint disorders. Dr. Navarro has also conducted clinical research into basic dental materials, and he produced the article “Bending Nitinol Wires: A Simplified Approach,” which appeared in the Journal of Clinical Orthodontics. As a presenter, Dr. Marco Navarro has led lectures and clinical discussions at meetings and conferences of the Mexican Association of Orthodontics, the Roth Williams International Society of Orthodontists, and the American Association of Orthodontists. Dr. Marco Navarro also maintains a long history of teaching in academic settings. He previously served as an instructor of undergraduate classes on orthodontics at the schools of dentistry at New York University and University of Detroit Mercy. From 1999 to 2006, he worked as a part-time faculty member with Autonomous University of Nuevo León’s postgraduate orthodontic training program. Today, he balances his work life with caring for his family and donating to nonprofit programs that support children from underprivileged backgrounds.


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