Dr. Francisco Otero-Cagide received his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from the National Autonomous University of Mexico in Mexico City in 1975. He completed his graduate diploma program in Periodontics at the University of Toronto in 1978. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology since 2006.
Dr. Otero-Cagide joined the College of Dentistry, University of Saskatchewan in 1992.
Otero-Cagide FJ and Otero-Cagide MF. Unique Creeping Attachment after Autogenous Gingival Grafting: Case Report. Journal of the Canadian Dental Association 2003;69:432-435.
Otero-Cagide FJ and Long BA. Comparative in vitro Effectivenesss of Closed Root Debridement with Fine Instruments on Specific Areas of Mandibular First Molar Furcations. I. Root Trunk and Furcation Entrance. Journal of Periodontology 1997;68:1093-1097.
Otero-Cagide FJ and Long BA. Comparative in vitro Effectiveness of Closed Root Debridement with Fine Instruments on Specific Areas of Mandibular First Molar Furcations. II. Furcation Area. Journal of Periodontology 1997;68:1098-1101.
Otero-Cagide FJ, Singer DL and Hoover JN. Exostosis Associated with Autogenous Gingival Grafts: A Report of Nine Cases. Journal of Periodontology 1996;67:611-616.
Alzate-Alzate, LM and Otero-Cagide FJ. Comparative Study of Three Commercial Presentations of Chlorhexidine. Revista de la Federacion Odontologica Colombiana 1987;37:35-48.
Outstanding Teaching and Mentoring in Periodontics, American Academy of Periodontology (2021, 2017, 2009 and 2007)
W.W. Wood Award for Excellence in Dental Education, Association of Canadian Faculties of Dentistry (1997)
Teaching Excellence Award, University of Saskatchewan Students' Union (1995)