Dr. Anna M. Munné was born in Barcelona, Spain. Educated in the European school system, she graduated in 1983 from medical school at the Central University of Barcelona. She worked as a physician for INSALUD (Institution of Health in Spain), actively working in the Emergency Service and Intensive Care Unit. In 1987, she graduated in Dentistry from the same university. Immediately she became part of the staff of the General Hospital of Catalunya working in general dentistry. She was admitted in the Department of Endodontics under the direction of Dr. Jaime Cuenca and completed her specialty in Endodontics.
Coming to the United States, she studied and worked at the University of Texas Dental Branch in Houston, Department of Periodontics, and obtained her certificate in Periodontics and Master in Sciences Degree in 1993. She engaged teaching and research duties as Visiting Assistant Professor in the Department of Periodontics for the school year 1993-1994. Dr. Munne is licensed to practice dentistry in the state of Texas and the countries of the European Community and has been practicing as a periodontist in the Houston area.
Dr. Munné’s basic science research experience is in the field of bone matrix mineralization. Her experimental studies have been related to implants and Guided Bone Regeneration, she has participated in clinical studies evaluating different types of barriers, and established a study on connective tissue grafts. She has presented in meetings and seminars nationally and internationally and maintains membership in numerous dental organizations. She has served as Secretary-Treasurer of the Greater Houston Society of Periodontics in the year 2000 and chaired as president of the Greater Houston Society of Periodontists in the year 2001 and 2002. Additionally, she served two years as chairman of the New Dentist Committee for the Greater Houston Dental Society, she was president and founder of the Greater Houston Hispanic Dental Association for the years 2002 and 2003 and member of the council of the “Star of the South”, the Greater Houston Dental Society Dental Meeting. Currently, she has a private practice in the Medical Center area working in the field of Periodontics, Bone regeneration, Periodontal Cosmetic surgery, and Dental Implants. In 2004 she became Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology.
Dr. Munné speaks Spanish, Catalan, French, Italian, and English.
Dr. Munné and her staff are dedicated to deliver the highest quality of periodontal care using “State of the Art” technology in a comfortable and caring atmosphere. Their goal is to provide patients with viable options to treat each special situation, reducing anxiety and providing solutions for pain free treatment.