Doctor Marc Kaloustian completed his DDS degree from the Saint Joseph University of Beirut in 1999.
He then obtained a Certificate in Advanced Education in General Dentistry from Boston University, Goldman School of Dental Medicine in 2000.
He pursued a Masters in Endodontics, Masters in Biomaterials and obtained his PhD in 2020 from the Saint Joseph University, Lebanon with honors.
He is currently a senior lecturer at the Department of Endodontology at the Saint Joseph University Dental School, Lebanon where he supervises undergraduate and postgraduate students.
Dr Kaloustian is an active member of the Lebanese Society of Endodotology and co-organizer of many international endodontic meetings. He is also a Gold member of Style Italiano Endodontics, an international lecturer with many publications in indexed journals.
Dr Kaloustian has a private practice in Beirut limited to Endodontics.
The Thermafil Obturation technique was first introduced by Dr. W.B. Johnson in an article published in the Journal of Endodontics in 1978 as a simple method for the delivery of thermo-plasticized gutta-percha (GP) to the prepared root canal space. Many studies proved that it was an efficient, easy and reproducible obturation technique with a high […]
Mandibular second molars are known to have a complex root canal anatomy with anastomosis, resulting in some difficulties during root canal treatment, especially for the complete debridement of organic tissues and bacteria during the shaping and cleaning process and the possibility of insuring a good 3-dimensional seal during obturation. The prevalence of such anatomy is […]
Different types pf posts can be placed during restorative procedures; prefabricated ones such as the screw posts, the paraposts or more recently the ceramic post and fiber posts, or the anatomical post commonly called cast post and core. In cases of non surgical retreatment The removal of a post can be challenging depending on the […]
The prognosis of initial endodontic treatment is mostly favorable . Nevertheless, failure can occur due to the persistence of bacteria following initial treatment or due to inadequate disinfection, shaping and obturation of the root canal system. The possibility of a secondary infection is also not to be excluded, especially when a defective coronary reconstruction leads […]