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Studio Dentistico Bertoni Di Bertoni Dr. Sergio

63 Viale Camillo Golgi, Pavia 27100, Lombardia, Italy

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Il Dott. Sergio Bertoni nasce a Sondrio il 21/03/1958 e consegue la maturità scientifica presso il locale liceo nel 1977. Si laurea in “Medicina e Chirurgia” presso l’Universita degli Studi di Pavia, discutendo la tesi “ La ciclosporina A nel trattamento del pioderma gangrenoso”.
Nel 1992 decide di dedicarsi anche all’odontoiatria iniziando collaborazioni con Studi Dentistici in Pavia e Introbio (LC).
Nel 1995 diventa co-titolare di uno Studio Dentistico in Pavia e nel 1997 Direttore Sanitario della G-Dental SAS operando nelle due sedi di Giovenzano di Vellezzo Bellini (PV) e di Cava Manara (PV), diventando in seguito socio della stessa società.
63 Viale Camillo Golgi, Pavia 27100, Lombardia, Italy
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