Meet Dr. Fatayer
Dr. Fatayer was born in Jerusalem, moving with his family to the United States and settling in Dallas, Texas. Dr. Fatayer attended Marquette University for his pre-doctoral studies and studied at the University of Pittsburgh, School of Dental Medicine for his dental degree. There he was awarded the Frank E. Jeffreys Academic Scholarship, among other honors, while receiving his dental degree in 2012. Dr. Fatayer was then accepted into the Pittsburgh Department of Veterans Affairs, General Practice Residency Program, which he completed in 2013. While in general practice residency, he received additional training in many areas of dentistry and this is when he discovered his passion for the field of Endodontics.
Dr. Fatayer was accepted into the Graduate Endodontic Program at the University of Pittsburgh, School of Dental Medicine, Department of Endodontics and received his Endodontic Specialty Certification. Following his residency, Dr. Fatayer worked with a large endodontic group practice in the Pittsburgh area.
Since residency, Dr. Fatayer has been very active in dental research, having presented “Morphometric Analysis of Sealer Layer using Three Different Obturation Techniques” at the annual American Association of Endodontists (AAE) conference in Seattle, Washington in 2015. Dr. Fatayer was recognized by the American Association of Endodontists and was granted a Certificate of Appreciation for his outstanding efforts and significant contributions to the success of the AAE meeting. He is always looking for ways to incorporate new and exciting technology into Endodontics.