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Abimbola Adewumi is Pitt’s new chair of pediatric dentistry

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Pitt’s School of Dental Medicine named Abimbola Adewumi its new chair of pediatric dentistry. She will lead the department, which educates Doctor of Dental Medicine and dental hygiene students as well as graduate residents in the specialized field.

Adewumi comes to Pitt by way of the University of Florida College of Dentistry, where she served as a clinical professor. She was also a faculty member on the school’s craniofacial team and researched cleft lip and palate and other craniofacial anomalies.

The board-certified pediatric dentist hails from London, where she completed her master’s degree at the University of London and her specialist training at the King’s College Dental Institute and St. George’s Hospital.

Pitt’s Department of Pediatric Dentistry offers care to patients in the tristate region, including routine exams and cleanings, restorative dentistry and sedation dentistry, among other treatments. Patient self-referrals are welcome — call 412-648-8930 to schedule an appointment for anyone under the age of 18.