To be a doctor was planted in me since early childhood. A large credit goes to my parents who steered me to that, after failed attempts of trying to make me a concert violinist. One of the aspects that attracted me to health-care, is I enjoy interacting with people. My goal was and is for me to be able to know my patients personally and not to run from one mouth to another. My purpose is to provide the best possible care for my patients’ physical needs and at the same time make your hearts smile, which is as important, if not more, than the physical smiles. In this age of ever evolving science, I strive to give the benefits of the scientific advances, while at the same time, prevent my patients from becoming victims of the inventions.
Dr. Tigran Khachatryan attended the University of Washington Bachelors of Science in Cell and Molecular Biology, 2001. He then went to University of Washington School of Dentistry, which ranked 1st in the United States at clinical board examinations, 2005. He was recognized as one of America’s top Dentists 2009 by Consumer Research.
Dr. Tigran Khachatryan has training in Advanced Rotary Endodontic (root canal) training and has completed training at Ladera Implant Institute and training in bone grafting and soft tissue grafting.