Glendale, California, USA
- Learn when to consider teeth with severe bone loss for endodontic treatment
- Learn the advantages of endodontic retreatment for some teeth, versus extraction and replacement with an implant
- Learn a logical, step by step approach to treating compromised teeth
Dr. Nishan Odabashian received his DMD degree from Tufts University School of Dental Medicine in 1991. After practicing general dentistry in Glendale, till 1999, he committed to residency in Endodontics at Loma Linda University under Dr. Mahmoud Torabinejad. He received his certificate of spceiality in endodontics in 2001, and a Master of Science degree in endodontics in 2003. He was a part time assistant professor of endodontics at the Department of Graduate Endodontics at LLU from 2001-2020. Dr. Odabashian is a past District VII Director for the AAE; past president of the Glendale Academy of Dentists, past president of the California State Association of Endodontists, past president-elect of the International Academy of Endodontics. He has served on many committees both at the AAE, and the IAE. He has lectured locally, nationally and internationally including the AAE, Northern California Association of Endondontists, California State Association of <br />
Endodontists, US Naval Academy in San Diego, LLUSD, Armenian Dental Association in Armenia, Armenian American Medical Society, Glendale Academy of Dentists and International Beirut Dental Meeting in Lebanon. He is active on social media dental groups and serves on the board of Tomorrow Tooth, a dental forum with 70k members.
Dr. Odabashian is deeply passionate about endodontics, and is committed to providing patient-centered treatment. He is a life-long student and always looking for ways to improve his knowledge and patient treatment through study, collaboration with colleagues, and critically following up of past treatment. He is married to Lilit and has three children; Galia, 15, Serge 13 and Noah, 10. He enjoys playing weekly bridge, and recently launched an online marketplace called BuyArmenian.com.