BDS, University of Ghana (‘79)
MS, Marquette University (‘87)
PhD, Northwestern University (‘90)
DMD, University of Pennsylvania (‘95)
American Association of Dental Research
Academy of Dental Materials
Fellow, American Society of Osseointegration. Philadelphia, PA, 1992
Burton C. Borgelt/SCADA Faculty Advisor Award, 2005
Student Clinicians – American Dental Association.
Dr. Francis Mante is a general dentist and an Associate Professor in the Department of Restorative Dentistry at the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine. He teaches senior undergraduate students. Dr. Mante’s practice is focused on esthetic cases and oral rehabilitation, including porcelain crowns, bridges, and veneers. He also offers treatment in complete and partial dentures as well as implant-supported crowns, bridges, and overdentures.
Dr. Mante received a BDS degree from the University of Ghana in 1979 and practiced dentistry for 5 years. He then went on to further his education and received a MS in Dental Materials from Marquette University in Milwaukee, WI followed by a Ph.D in Biomaterials from Northwestern University. Dr. Mante came to Penn for a DMD degree in 1995. He was also awarded an honorary MA degree at Penn in 1999. Dr. Mante has been practicing in the Penn Faculty Dental Practice since 1995.
Dr. Mante lives in Villanova, PA with his wife and two children. He enjoys bicycling, tennis, soccer and travel.