Some professional paths stand out due to the talent, effort, and passion of their protagonists. This is the case of Dr. Michel Rogé, who has dedicated and continues to dedicate himself passionately to the study and practice of highly specialized aesthetic dentistry.
Following his own philosophy, the result of comprehensive academic training and many years of research, Dr. Michel Rogé works day after day with his team of professionals at the Policlínica Dental Rogé in Sant Julià de Lòria (Andorra) to provide comprehensive dentistry solutions to patients from around the world.
His commitment to dentistry drives him to continuously educate himself, revise and learn, as well as to utilize the latest technological advancements, while also paying constant attention to the evolution of his specialty.
This has made him a leading specialist in dental prosthetics at the international level, also capable of carrying out extensive work as a knowledge disseminator by participating in various conferences each year.
Halfway between several universities in France and the United States, Dr. Michel Rogé made the choice of a highly specialized and qualified academic education from a very young age to gain fundamental knowledge of dentistry, eventually reaching his highest specialization: dental prosthetics.
Thus, his academic education began in France, where he obtained a certificate in Bacteriology and Virology at the Faculty of Medicine in Montpellier (1980) and then his degree in Dental Surgery at the Faculty of Dentistry in Montpellier (1982).
He then continued his higher education at the Goldman School of Dental Medicine at Boston University (Certificate of Specialization in Dental Prosthetics, 1985) and at the University of Southern California (Master of Science in Education in 1986; followed by a year of internship at the School of Dentistry in 1986).
Then, his return to Montpellier was the time when he obtained a specialization in fixed prosthetics (Faculty of Dentistry in Montpellier, 1987).
Dr. Michel Rogé continues his academic and professional career through research and dissemination, offering and sharing his experience and knowledge worldwide, which he has also acquired from other specialists.
The pursuit of realistic beauty and integration, as opposed to artificiality. Teeth are not white; they change throughout life. A smile is beautiful at 10 as well as at 60, but each has its nuances, much like the seasons of the year. Our work is based on respecting this subtle beauty rather than pretentiousness.