Izzet Yavuz


Dr. Izzet Yavuz is a Professor in Paediatric Dentistry at the Dicle University Faculty of Dentistry in Diyarbakir, Turkey. He is specialized on paediatric dentistry treatments, 3D Cone Beam Dental Volumetric Tomography, ectodermal dysplasia, the effect of magnetic field to the teeth, micro leakage, and trauma on dental roots.

He has more than 80 papers that have been published in international and national journals and presented in international and national meetings. He is head of Ectodermal Dysplasia Group-Turkey.

has been at Canada Toronto University, Faculty of Dentistry, Discipline of Paediatric Dentistry, as visitor professor also he has been participated in the international scientific meetings “Imaging Sciences International Education Department PA USA”, in the Netherlands: ED09 Conference and International Ectodermal Dysplasia Group Leaders Meeting, in Belgium Workshop on the GC Operatory Product line at GC EUROPE, in Leuven, BELGIUM.

Research Interests:

Paediatric dentistry treatments; 3D Cone beam dental volumetric tomography; Ectodermal dysplasia

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