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Oksana V. Budinskaya, DDS

Oksana V. Budinskaya, DDS

Assistant Professor
Oral Diagnosis

3302 Gaston Ave., Rm 215
Dallas, Texas 75246
Phone: (214) 828-8991
Fax: (214) 828-8306
Email: obudinskaya@bcd.tamhsc.edu

Education and Post-Graduate Training

  • 06-08.2011   Certificate in Clinical Dental Research Methods, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
  • 1985-1990    Bachelors in General Dentistry, Kalinin Medical Academy, Omsk city, Russia
  • 1990-1991    Dental Internship, Gained knowledge of general dentistry, performed duties in all areas of general dentistry, Omsk city, Russia
  • 1991-1992    General Certification course to practice Dentistry in Israel, Hadassah Ein Karem University, Jerusalem, Israel
  • 1996-1997    Certifications in Advanced Dentistry, Graduated and Postgraduate School in the Medical Academy, Omsk city, Russia

Research Interests

Increasing angiogenesis in the gingival tissues after negative pressure application on an affected gingiva in several systemic diseases, such as diabetes and prolong smoking, where angio-structure affected the most causing obliteration, spasticity and angio-fragility.
  • 2008-2009 IDC $15,000 The Vacuum-Irrigation Procedure Vacuum Massage Device (VIP-Vac) for gingival healing and periodontal tissues, PI

Selected Publications

  • "Vacuum-induced suction stimulates increased numbers of blood vessels in healthy dog gingiva".WOUNDS. 2012;24(4):99–109.


  • O.V. Budinskaya, Elias D.  Kontogiorgos, M. Brownlee, J.S. Lee, R. A. Budinskiy, P. C. Dechow,  K. K. Svoboda , L. A. Opperman “Vacuum-induced suction stimulates increased numbers of blood vessels in dog gingiva” 10th International Symposium on Periodontics & Restorative Dentistry, June 10-13th, Boston, MA. 2010 Posters presentation
  • R.A. Budinskiy, E. D. Kontogiorgos, L. A. Opperman, Svoboda, P. C. Dechow, O. V. Budinskaya “Vacuum Induced Suction Increases Lymphatic Vessels in Dog Gingiva”  AADR Annual Meeting, March 2010. Washington, DC.
  • M. Brownlee, J. Lee, K. Svoboda, L. Opperman, O. Budinskaya “Vacuum Induced Procedure for Accelerated Healing of Gingival Tissues” AADR/IADR Annual Meeting, April 2009, Posters. Miami, FL.

Specialty Training/Board Certifications

2004 - Texas faculty dental license
1993 -  Israel dental board
1990 - Russian dental board

Organization membership section: 2002 – present: ADA, ADEA, TDA, DCDA

National Service/Recognition

Scholarship for the 2011 Summer institute of Clinical Dental              Seattle, WA 

Research Methods at the University of Washington

June 27 through August 5th of 2011


$5000 award from the office of Graduate Study at Texas A&M HSC    Dallas, TX

Texas A&M University Baylor College of Dentistry toward clinical research

of the VIP-Vac procedure proposal       

2010                                                                                       Burnet, TX

Winner of the scholarship of The Texas A&M Foundation

Center for Teaching Excellence. Wakonse South Conference

on College Teaching, April 9-11 2010

2008                           Texas A&M Health Science Center                College Station, TX

The Vacuum-Irrigation Procedure Vacuum Massage Device

(VIP-Vac) for gingival healing and periodontal tissues - selected

for the Mays Business School 2008 Tech Transfer Challenge

(MBA students showcase device to 120 industry executives)

TAMUS project № 2421HSC07


Five years service award     Texas A&M University Baylor College of Dentistry                    Dallas, TX
Invention: 2006-2007  Texas A&M University Baylor College of Dentistry, Dallas, TX. Disclosure Title: 2421 Vacuum-Irrigation Procedure Vacuum Massage Device (VIP-Vac); HSC Budinskaya.  A provisional patent application filed for 2421, USA


2005 – 2006                        ADEA                                           Baltimore, MD

Nomination/Election Career Development for new Educator


Metroplex Study Group                                                                Dallas, TX

Certificate of appreciation