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Dr. Edmond Bedrossian graduated from the University of San Francisco in 1981. He completed his training in 1986 at the University of The Pacific, School of Dentistry and completed a four-year Oral & Maxillofacial Residency training program at the Alameda Medical Center. In addition to private practice, Dr. Bedrossian is recognized as an expert in the field of dental implants and has given numerous presentations on the subject both nationally and internationally between 2004 and the present. He has also led several long-running study clubs related to this topic. In addition, he has lectured internationally with Professor Brånemark on various topics, especially the rehabilitation of patients with maxillofacial defects.
Dr. Armand Bedrossian
Dr. Armand Bedrossian is a Prosthodontist and currently practices in his hometown of San Francisco. A native San Franciscan, he received his dental degree from the University of the Pacific Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry in 2015, and received his Master’s Degree in Prosthodontics at the University of Washington. Dr. Armand Bedrossian was also the recipient of the prestigious Dr. David H. Wands Fellowship in Graduate Prosthodontics Award.
Dr. Armand Bedrossian co-founded D365 in 2016; a social media application providing a networking platform for dental students, residents and dental practitioners to share their knowledge, connect with colleagues and learn daily from the palm of their hands. He is also very active on social media, documenting and sharing his daily work and personal growth throughout his residency and now, his professional dental career.
He has also authored multiple publications in peer-reviewed journals. Dr. Armand Bedrossian has also been the co-author of several chapters in textbooks, discussing the treatment planning and protocol for rehabilitating edentulous patients.