Dr. Fadi Hasan
Dr. Fadi Hasan is featured on episode 18 of the Dental Digest Podcast. Dr. Hasan obtained his Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) degree from The University of Colorado, School of Dentistry in 2011. Afterwards, he completed a 3-year surgical residency in Periodontics and Implant Dentistry at the Virginia Commonwealth University in 2015. He is also a member of the Academy of Osseointegration.
During his surgical residency, he learned advanced techniques in both non-surgical and surgical Periodontology such as Periodontal Plastic Surgery (gum grafting), complex bone grafting, dental implants, and other specialty surgeries related to the gums and bone around the teeth.
While in residency, Dr. Hasan also completed his Master of Science in Dentistry with emphasis on L-PRF which was later published in the Journal of Visual Experiments. Shortly after completing his residency program, Dr. Hasan became Board-Certified, a distinction only a handful of surgeons achieve and maintain.
Dr. Hasan also teaches as an adjunct clinical assistant professor at Virginia Commonwealth University for the post graduate residency program.
Dr. Hasan is a member of The American Board of Periodontology, The American Academy of Periodontology, Virginia Society of Periodontics and The Academy of Osseointegration.
Dedicated to providing his patients with the best care available, Dr. Hasan constantly advances his practice through continuing education by attending national and international meetings.
Dr. Hasan finds great pleasure in community service and have participated in dental missions locally as well as abroad in Vietnam and Cambodia. Dr. Hasan is also known to be avid dancer and competed and won the 2015 Dancing with the Richmond stars competition, a charitable event to raise funds for the Virginia Treatment Center for Children.
What Dr. Hasan’s colleague has to say: “As a periodontics surgeon and a fellow researcher at VCU School of dentistry it gives me great pleasure to recommend Suyog. He is smart, confident and a delight to work with. As his research colleague I have been able to observe Suyog throughout his 2 year tenure at VCU Philips institute of oral health. He has consistently impressed me as a dedicated student, a skillful researcher with quick learning abilities and a genuine friend to his peers. He has worked with me on a project entitled Characterization of Leukocyte-Platelet Rich Fibrin, a Novel Biomaterial. His enthusiasm to discuss not just his work but research going on in the world is a distinctive quality that keeps him updated and I think is crucial for a worthy researcher. Lastly Suyog is talented, hardworking, enterprising and futuristic young man. He will be an asset to any organization and his endeavors need to be encouraged.” – Suyog