Dr. Bakhsh has obtained the doctoral degree (PhD) as well as the clinical degree (CACT) in Operative, Adhesive and Aesthetic Dentistry from Tokyo Medical and Dental University (Japan) in 2013.
Currently, he is a Visiting Assistant Professor at Tokyo Medical and Dental University (Japan), beside his position as Assistant Professor at Faculty of Dentistry, King Abdulaziz University (Saudi Arabia).
He is also a traveling lecturer affiliated to the Optical Society of America and served for 2 years as the President of Tokyo Medical and Dental University student chapter of OSA.
He had more than 19 presentations presented in different well-recognized conferences and symposium across the world. He received several honors and awards for his excellent research achievements and publications in high ranking ISI journals.
Dr. Bakhsh, is a reviewer for many ISI indexed journals and has more than 12 publications in ISI indexed journals. (complete list of the publications: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=eImiYDgAAAAJ&hl=en)
Dr. Bakhsh is conducting many researches and focusing on invasive and non-invasive characterization of tooth-biomaterial interaction using nano-technology as well as investigating the esthetic restoration adaptation with novel 2D and 3D imaging techniques combined with 3D imaging software.
He is also much familiar with Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT), SEM, CLSM, Micro-CT, Focused Ion Beam (FIB), Simulated pulpal pressure and Bonding mechanics studies.
He was the Founder and the President of the Saudi Student Association in Japan until Sep 2013.
Advanced Bio-Medical imaging systems; 2D/3D Image analysis; Nano-technology in the restorative dental sciences; Lasers in Dentistry; Mechanism of dentin bonding; Adhesion of biomaterials to dental tissues; Advanced mechanical characterization of tooth-biomaterial bonding strength; Deminerlization/Reminerlization research; Physic-chemical and manipulative properties of restorative materials; Durability of restorative materials; Improvement of various esthetic restorative techniques for direct and indirect restorations.