Dr.Bertrand Khayat

 

   

 Biography

Doctor in Dental Surgery (DDS)                    University of Paris VII             1982

Certificate in Endodontics                                University of Washington         1987

Master of Science in Dentistry (MSD)              University of Washington         1987

 

PRIVATE PRACTICE

 General Dentistry in the French Army                       December 1982 to December 1983

General Dentistry                                                        January 1984 to August 1985

Practice Iimited to Endodontics                                  January 1988 to present

 

FACULTY APPOINTMENTS

Assistant Professor of Endodontics University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia)

Teaching Assistant of Endodontics at the University of Paris VII from 1982 to 1985

Teaching Assistant of Endodontics at the University of Washington in 1987

 

MEMBERSHIPS AND OFFICES

 Past President of the Paris Endodontic Study Club (C.P.E.A.)

Active member of the American Association of Endodontists (A.A.E.)

Active member of the European Society of Endodontists (E.S.E.)

Active member of the French Endodontic Society (S.F.E.)

Active member of the International Federation of Endodontic Associations (I.F.E.A.)

Active member of the French Dental Association (A.D.F.)

Active member of the American Dental Club of Paris (A.D.C.P)

 PUBLICATIONS

 Dr Bertrand KHAYAT has published many articles in various journals including the Journal of Endodontics. He is the co-author of the chapter on Microsurgical Endodontics in the book Endodontie (Editor CDP) and he is the author of one the major text book on Microsurgical Endodontics (La Chirurgie Endodontique, Editor ID).

 

 

Surgical endodontics: ​The ​Smart Choice

 

     Considerable advancements have been made in the recent years in endodontic surgery. The operating microscope is now routinely used and new ultrasonic tips have been developed. These tips have radically changed our approach and enable us to perform procedures that are similar to conventional endodontics. Many teeth that are replaced by implant could be preserved with this technique. The presentation will evaluate the current literature on the outcome of endodontic surgery and will focus on the use of the new ultrasonic instruments with a lot of clinical examples.

 

At the end of the presentation, participants should be able to:

- evaluate the potential and the outcome of endodontic surgery

- understand the use of the new ultrasonic instrument

- describe the concept of total surgical retreatment.