Daniela Orellana, DDS



Dr. Daniela Orellana received her DDS from the Universidad Andrés Bello, Vina del Mar, Chile in 2008. She subsequently completed a postgraduate training program in Prosthodontics (University of Michigan, 2013) and an implant fellowship (Louisiana State University, 2014). After graduation, she completed her Master of Science from the University of Michigan.  Dr. Orellana is currently a Health Science Clinical Assistant Professor in the Division of Advanced Prosthodontics, UCLA School of Dentistry. Dr. Orellana has been invited to present on Prosthodontic topics at national and international meetings. Dr Orellana’s research and interest includes clinical wear of and caused by CAD/CAM materials, implant stability parameters, bone biology focusing on osseointegration. Dr Orellana is currently involved in predoctoral and postdoctoral teaching, and she practices all areas of advanced prosthodontics in the UCLA Faculty Group Dental Practice.