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Dr.Saad Wahby Al Bayatti Academic RankLecturer

Specialization:

  • Oral Radiology

Research Interests:

  • TMJ Forensic Dentistry

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1. Master’s of Dental Radiology (M. Sc.) College of Dentistry, University of Baghdad. 1989 2. Bachelors of Dental Surgery (B.D.S.) College of Dentistry, University of Baghdad. 1983
April 2011 until date: Lecturer, Oral Radiology College of Dentistry - University of Sharjah, UAE 2006 – 2011: Head, Oral Radiology Division Specialist Oral Radiologist Tawam Dental center Abu Dhabi – Al Ain UAE 2004 - 2006: Lecturer Oral Diagnosis / Oral Radiology Dept. Faculty of Dentistry Ajman University of Science and Technology Al Fujairah Campus / UAE 2000 – 2004: Lecturer Oral Diagnosis / Oral Radiology Dept. Faculty of Dentistry Ajman University of Science and Technology Abu Dhabi Campus / UAE 1999-2000: Associate Prof Oral Diagnosis / Oral Radiology Dept. University of Science and Technology, Sana’ Yemen 1996 – 1999: Lecturer Department of Oral Radiology College of Dentistry University of Baghdad, Iraq 1989 – 1996: Assistant Lecturer Department of Oral Radiology College of Dentistry University of Baghdad, Iraq 1987 – 1989: Post – graduate studies University of Baghdad, Iraq 1986 – 1987: Instructor Department of Periodontology College of Dentistry University of Baghdad, Iraq 1984 – 1986: Instructor Department of Operative Dentistry College of Dentistry University of Baghdad, Iraq 1984: Transferred to College of Dentistry, University of Baghdad, Iraq 1983 – 1984: General practitioner, Ministry of Health, Iraq
1- Oral radiology lectures, labs and seminars: DCP1, DCP2, DHS3, DHS4, DHS5 2- Supervision of the Oral Radiology clinic UDHS 3- Introduction of several regulatory forms to control the conduct of work in the Department. 4- A training course was given to students of the College of Health Sciences /Diagnostic Imaging Department from Feb 2-May 26, 2013. 5- Train all dental nurses on the operation of X-ray machines, especially those working in the Centre of Excellence. The process is in its final stages. 6- An updated X-ray laboratory manual was prepared and submitted to the manual committee.
1- Radiation safety Committee 2- Clinical Quality Assurance and Safety 3- AC Accreditation Canada Implementation Committee
1. Biomechanical and radiological assessment of immediate implants for alveolar ridge preservation. Qabbani AA1, Razak NH, Kawas SA, Sheikh Abdul Hamid S, Wahbi S, Samsudin AR, Hamid Alduleimi. Dental Research Journal 2. Prevalence of temporomandibular disorders discovered incidentally during routine dental examination using the research diagnostic criteria for temporomandibular disorders. Wael M. Talaat, Omar I. Adel, Saad Al Bayatti, Oral Surgery, Oral Medicine, Oral Pathology and Oral Radiology (2017), https://doi.org/10.1016/j.oooo.2017.11.012. 3. 3D Radiological Assessment of Alveolar Bone Volume Preservation Using Bovine Bone Xenograft. li Al Qabbani; Sausan Al Kawas; Noor Hayati A. Razak; Saad Wahby Al Bayatti; Hamid Hammad Enezei; A. Rani Samsudin; Suzina Sheikh Ab Hamid. Journal of Craniofacial Surgery. Publish Ahead of Print ():, JAN 2018DOI:10.1097/SCS.0000000000004263,  PMID: 29303859 Issn Print: 1049-2275 4. The Efficacy of Immediate Implant Placement in Extraction Sockets for Alveolar Bone Preservation: A Clinical Evaluation Using Three-Dimensional Cone Beam Computerized Tomography and Resonance Frequency Analysis Value. J Craniofac Surg. 2017 Feb 22. doi: 10.1097/SCS.0000000000003569. [Epub ahead of print]. Qabbani AA1, Razak NH, Kawas SA, Sheikh Abdul Hamid S, Wahbi S, Samsudin AR. 5. CBCT analysis of bony changes associated with temporomandibular disorders Wael Talaat, Saad Al Bayatti, and Sausan Al Kawas CRANIO: The Journal of Craniomandibular & Sleep Practice 2015 VOL. 00 NO. A CBCT measurement of the mandibular buccal bone thickness in dentate adults. W.M. Talaat, S.W.Al Bayatti, D.E. Dohair, M.A. Zobeid & K.M. Hannouneh. Oral Surgery ISSN 1752-2471
1. A CBCT measurement of the mandibular buccal bone thickness in dentate adults. W.M. Talaat, S.W.Al Bayatti, D.E. Dohair, M.A. Zobeid & K.M. Hannouneh. Oral Surgery ISSN 1752-2471 2. Radiographic determination of the distance of the mandibular third molar tooth to the inferior alveolar canal. Bothaina M. A'Akil, Saad W. Al Bayatti. J Bagh College Dentistry Vol. 22(4), 2010 3. Radiographic assessment of the level of the floor of maxillary sinus. Fatima Saed D.D.S, Saad W. Al Bayatti M. Sc., B.D.S. J Bagh College Dentistry Vol. 22(3), 2010 4. Digital versus analog radiography in the estimation of endodontic working length (submitted to the Canadian Dental Journal for approval) 5. Easing the patient’s fears from dental x-rays. Published in Arab Health Magazine Issue No. 4, 2010.
1. Ambulatory Health Services (AHS) \ Abu Dhabi Health Services (SEHA): AHS 2nd Radiation Safety Seminar, Radiation Safety and Quality in Medical Imaging Department. Speaker: radiation Protection in the Dental Practice. April 27th 2018, Al Ain UAE. 2. 33 rd. IBIN SINA CME “Dentistry: Insights & Innovations”. Lecture given: Pregnancy and Dental X-Rays. 1-2 March 2018. Ajman, UAE. 3. DHA Radiation Protection Educational Program (RPEP) -2: Radiation Protection for Dental Radiology Practices. Organized by: Department of Medical Education, DHA In cooperation with: DHA Radiation Protection Committee. 26-28 Nov 2017. Dubai, UAE 3- DHA Radiation Protection Educational Program (RPEP) -2: Radiation Protection for Dental Radiology Practices. Organized by: Department of Medical Education, DHA In cooperation with: DHA Radiation Protection Committee. 15-17 May 2017. Dubai, UAE. 4- Making Patients and Staff Safer in Radiological Imaging. Course organized by Sheikh Hamdan Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Award for Medical Sciences in cooperation with Dubai Health Authority (DHA). Speaker: Dental exposures in children and safety implications. 28 Feb – 1st March 2017. Dubai, UAE
To present subjects in a way that catches students’ interest, clarify difficult topics and put knowledge into context to reveal its importance. I view myself primarily as a facilitator of learning, rather than as an expert who simply delivers information to students. Feedback from students has been vital to the process of teaching: I learn students many issues, , for example, the pacing of lectures, and effective ways to help them learn in small group discussions. I am trying to enforce my teaching practice with the clinical and theoretical experience I acquired throughout my academic an practice years.
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