Dr. Konstantinos Chochlidakis is an Associate Professor and the Program Director of the Prosthodontics Postgraduate Training Program at Eastman Institute for Oral Health. Dr. Chochlidakis received his dental degree from the University of Athens, Greece in 2008 and then joined the Greek Army as a soldier dentist for one year. Following the military, Dr. Chochlidakis moved to the United Kingdom and worked as a general dentist, serving in the National Health Service and private practice. After completing the Prosthodontics residency at Eastman Institute for Oral Health in 2013, he joined Temple University for two years as a full-time Assistant Professor and Co-Director of Clinical Fixed Prosthodontics in the Restorative Department, Kornberg School of Dentistry.
Dr Chochlidakis received his Master of Clinical and Translational Science certificate in May 2019 from Eastman Institute for Oral Health. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Prosthodontists and holds memberships in several dental organizations including the American College of Prosthodontists, American Prosthodontic Society and International Team of Implantology. He is vice-Chair of the American College of Prosthodontists (ACP) 2019 annual meeting and the scientific Program Chair of the American Prosthodontic Society (APS) in the 2021 annual meeting.
Dr Chochlidakis has authored several publications in peer-reviewed journals and was recently awarded the Glen P. McGivney Scientific Writing Award for Systematic Review.
He is focused on clinical research conducting clinical trials on full-arch implant prostheses, digital dental technology and dental ceramic materials. He maintains a practice within the University Dental Faculty Group limited to Prosthodontics. He has lectured nationally and internationally on several topics related to clinical prosthodontics and implant dentistry.