Satish B. Alapati BDS,MS,PhDAssociate Professor, Endodontics, University of Illinois at Chicago, College of Dentistry, Chicago, Illinois
Dr. Satish Alapati is an Associate Professor in Department of Endodontics and Department of Pediatric Dentistry, College of Dentistry, adjunct associate Professor in Department of Bioengineering, at University of Illinois at Chicago.
Dr. Alapati received his BDS from India; Certificate in General Practice Residency; MS in Dental Materials, Ph.D. in Oral Biology from The Ohio State University, and a Certificate in Endodontics from University of Illinois at Chicago. He has authored 2 book chapters, 35 published papers and more than 80 published research presentations at National and International Clinical/Dental Research meetings. He received Foundations Educator Fellowship award (AAEF) in 2009. He served as Trustee on Foundation for Endodontics. He currently serves on multiple national committees related to clinical endodontics and oral health research. Additionally, he also serves on council for American Dental Association Science & Research Institute ( ADASRI), sub committees on Dental Products (ADA SCDP), Dental Informatics (ADA SCDI) and ISO/TC-106 (Endodontic Materials and Instruments). He is actively involved with Chicago Dental Society (CDS) committees and is past president at CDS Westside Branch. He receives funding from both NIH and private foundations. Dr. Alapati is an active practioner in Allen Anderson Faculty Dental Practice – limited to Endodontics.
Recent Contributions to PracticeUpdate:
- Survival of Molar Teeth in Need of Complex Endodontic Treatment
- Evaluation of Three Different Treatment Modalities for Conservative Management of Attrited, Sensitive Molar Teeth
- 2020 Top Stories in Clinical Dentistry: MTA vs Biodentine for Pulpotomy in Traumatized Anterior Immature Permanent Teeth
- First Visit With Root Canal Filling vs a Separate Second Visit for Post Restoration
- Locating the MB2 Canal in Relation to MB1 in Maxillary First Molars Using CBCT Imaging
- A Comparison of MTA and Biodentine as Medicaments for Pulpotomy in Traumatized Anterior Immature Permanent Teeth
- Laser Use Shows Significant Reductions in Dentin Hypersensitivity but Also Shows Significant Placebo Effect
- CBCT Aids in Identifying Risk Factors for Maxillary Second Molar Root Resorption Following Third Molar Extractions