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About Kriebel Dental

Dr. Ricardo Kriebel

Specialist in Prosthodontics
Certificate of Postgraduate Study on Fixed and Removable Partial
Prosthodontics.
Indiana University School of Dentistry.
January, 1980

Master of Science in Dentistry Degree
Indiana University School of Dentistry.
March 31, 1981

Member of the following groups and associations:
• American College of Prosthodontists ACP.
• Academy of Operative Dentistry.
• Academy of Dentistry International.
• International College of Dentists.
• John F. Johnston Society.
• American Dental Association.
• Chicago Dental Society.
• Costa Rican Academy of Prostodontics.
• Association of Dental Surgeons of Costa Rica

Other activities:
Former president of the prestigious ‘Copa del Café’ (Coffee Bowl) Juniors ITF tennis tournament, and part of the International Tennis Federation Junior World Ranking Circuit.
Former vice-president of the Costa Rican Tennis Federation, Costa Rica.
Member of the Board of Directors of the Costa Rica Country Club.
Former president of the Tennis Committee, Costa Rica Country Club.

Universities Dr. Ricardo Kriebel attended

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