Abdul Rahman M.  Saleh 2756

Abdul Rahman M. Saleh

  • 06 705 6230
  • rm.saleh@ajman.ac.ae

Associate Professor
• PhD - (Doctor of Philosophy in Conservative Dentistry).
Baghdad University, Iraq, 2006.
• MSc – (Master of Science in Conservative Dentistry).
Baghdad University, Iraq, 1999.
• BDS - (Bachelor of Dental Surgery).
Baghdad University, Iraq, 1992.

• Associate Professor 2014 – Present
College of Dentistry, Ajman University of Science and Technology, UAE.
• Assistant Professor 2007 - 2013
College of Dentistry, Ajman University of Science and Technology, UAE.
• Assistant Professor 2006- 2007
College of Dentistry, University of Science and Technology, Sanaa, Yemen.
• Lecturer 2000-2002
College of Dentistry, Baghdad University, Baghdad, Iraq.

• Main research interests are nickel-titanium instrument shaping ability, nickel-titanium instrument fracture mechanics and endodontic disinfection.
• Modern Endodontic Materials with an emphasis on new endodontic medicaments and sealers and their use in clinical practice.
• Research interests are in endodontic instrumentation and obturation as well as restoration of endodontically treated teeth.

1- Saleh AM, Rashid AA. Canal Central Ability of Four Different Endodontic Single-File Systems in Simulated L-Shaped Resin Canals. International Journal of Dentistry and Oral Health.2016; 2(5). doi http://dx.doi. org/10.16966/2378-7090.213

2- Saleh AM, Vakili Gilani P, Tavanafar S, Schafer E. Shaping ability of 4 different single-file systems in simulated s-shaped canals. J Endod. 2015; 41 (4): 548-54.
3- Tavanafar S, Karimpour A, Karimpour H, Saleh AM, Saeed, MH. Effect of different instrumentation techniques on vertical root fracture resistance of endodontically treated teeth. J Dent Shiraz UnivMed Sci., 2015; 16 (Supplement): 50-55.

4- Saleh, AR., Tavanafar, S., Vakili-Gilani, P., Al Sammerraie, NJ., and Rashid, F. Influence of operator’s experience level on separation of the WaveOne primary file in extracted teeth. Restorative Dentistry & Endodontics journal; 2013; 38 (4): 222-226.