Dr. Rami Salloum – Bio

Dr. Rami Salloum – Bio
For nearly two decades, Dr. Rami Salloum has been at the forefront of implant dentistry, driven by a passion for providing exceptional patient care and a commitment to innovative practices. A respected member of the dental community, Dr. Salloum is not only an avid educator but also a pioneering creator in his field.

Dr. Salloum’s dedication to his patients is evident through his ongoing pursuit of advanced education. Since graduating from Loma Linda University School of Dentistry in California in 2005, he has dedicated countless hours to voluntary research to enhance his practice.

As an advocate for education, Dr. Salloum shares his extensive knowledge with aspiring dentists. Serving as a part-time faculty member, he has provided lectures and support on various courses, offering valuable insights into esthetics, dental implants, and the latest technological advancements. His contributions have been a significant resource for residents of the Lehigh Valley Health Network’s Dental Residency program.

Dr. Salloum's expertise and passion have earned him numerous accolades. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Oral Implantology and a Fellow of the American Academy of Implant Dentistry. He is also an active member of The Academy of Osseointegration (AO), the American Academy of General Dentistry (AGD), and Dental XP, all while managing his private practice in General and Implant Dentistry in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.

Dr. Salloum’s vast understanding of digital technology in implant dentistry led him to develop the Rapid Digital Conversion Method (RDCM), an innovative approach to full-arch implant restoration. His practice features a state-of-the-art digital lab, 3D printing capabilities, and three milling units that offer a comprehensive range of services.

Dr. Salloum’s contributions to dental research are noteworthy. His publication in the Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry introduces the Face Scan Mate, a new device that simplifies merging the nose from a facial scan with the nose from an intraoral scan. The full text can be accessed here . Additionally, his upcoming publication in the Journal of Implant Dentistry by the American Academy of Implant Dentistry will detail the Rapid Digital Conversion, a novel method for full-arch implant conversion.