AAE Online CE
AAE17 set a new record as more than 4,300 members, guests and exhibitors attended the annual meeting in New Orleans. Attendees enjoyed viewing highly scientific educational presentations, including topics such as pulp-dentin regeneration and the interface of tooth structure and biomaterials.
All of the available sessions listed below were recorded live at the 2017 AAE Annual Meeting, AAE17. If a live AAE17 course is not listed below, it is not posted on Endo On Demand in any form due to the format of live presentation or speaker permission. The sessions that meet the CE eligibility criteria (please review complete details listed at the bottom of this page) have been posted with a CE test. In order to earn CE, you must view each presentation and pass the CE test. Select sessions are bundled together for CE credit. You must view each presentation in a bundle and pass the full CE test in order to receive CE credit for those sessions.
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SP-31 CBCT for Detecting Vertical Root Fracture in Endodontically Treated Teeth: How Solid Is the Evidence?Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits
Speaker: Amir Azarpazhooh, D.D.S., M.Sc., PhD, FRCD(C). Because of the limitations of conventional radiography, the application of high-resolution cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) imaging in detecting VRF has generated considerable interest. The purpose of this presentation is to critically appraise the best clinical research available to demonstrate the diagnostic ability of CBCT in detecting VRFs in endodontically treated teeth.
NS-8 How Perception, Cognition and Language Shape the CBCT Interpretive ProcessContains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits
There is a vast body of knowledge in medical radiology and cognitive science largely unknown in dentistry bearing directly on the perceptual and cognitive factors that influence interpretation of both PA projection radiography and CBCT studies. Understanding these factors is particularly important in avoiding errors in CBCT interpretation.
SP-18 In Vitro Biofilm Research: Are Current Biofilm Models Acceptable?Product not yet rated Contains 3 Component(s)
Speaker: David Jaramillo, D.D.S. Lately, too many in vitro studies on root canal irrigation have been focused on various ways to eliminate biofilms. There have been different biofilm models developed for these types of studies, from mono to multi-species biofilms.
SP-8 Critical Apical ZoneContains 3 Component(s)
Speaker: Fabricio Teixeira, D.D.S., M.S., Ph.D. Management of the apical third is a critical factor for successful treatment outcomes. This region is frequently associated with failures and procedural errors becoming such an essential component of the root canal system.
S-12 Evaluation of Surgical Treatment Outcome: Primary and Re-surgeryContains 3 Component(s)
Speakers: Meetu Kohli, D.M.D., Euiseong Kim, D.D.S., M.S.D., Ph.D. The probability of success evaluated by critical analysis of the literature is an important step in practicing evidence-based dentistry. This presentation will critically review the available literature to evaluate mitigating variables including the indication for retreatment before surgery, reversal of success over a longer observation period and intraoperative variables as well as potential reasons for failure and the expectations from resurgery.
S-6 Restorability and Treatment of Compromised Teeth: Crown Lengthening, Forced Eruption and Utilizing a Hopeless Tooth in Implant DentistryContains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits
Speaker: Huan Su, D.D.S., M.S. Treatment planning is a critical yet inexact aspect of clinical dentistry. On an everyday basis clinicians are faced with the dilemma of maintaining a compromised tooth (or teeth) versus extraction and replacement with an implant-supported prosthesis.
S-8 Endodontic Microsurgery A-Z (Part 1)Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits
Speakers: Spyros Floratos, D.M.D., Paula A. Mendez-Montalvo, D.D.S. Endodontic surgery is a highly successful procedure given the appropriate case selection and the use of modern microsurgical techniques and armamentarium. Using an evidence-based approach, this presentation will detail all steps of modern endodontic microsurgery as needed by the clinician, including presurgical and intra-operative hemostasis, soft tissue management, osteotomy, root-end resection and preparation, root-end filling with bioceramic filling materials, as well as wound closure and postoperative care.
SD-2 Physical Properties and Crack Propagation in Young and Old Mineralized Dental TissuesProduct not yet rated Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits
Speaker: Dwayne D. Arola, Ph.D.This presentation will address the mechanical behavior of dentin, with special emphasis on the strength and fracture resistance.
SD-3 The Dynamics of Periapical Lesions in Endodontically Treated Teeth: Rationale for a Clinical InterventionContains 3 Component(s)
Speaker: Igor Tsesis, D.M.D. A decision of intervention for an endodontically treated tooth with periapical radiolucency should be based on the technical feasibility of the treatment, risk of complications and patient values and preferences. This presentation will discuss patient-focused clinical decision making process regarding the management and preservation of natural teeth based on the principles of evidence based medicine.
SP-10 Educator Forum: The Risks and Benefits of Advancing Technology in Endodontic EducationProduct not yet rated Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits
Speakers: Alan Gluskin, D.D.S., Roberta Pileggi, D.D.S., M.S. As educators we understand that communication skills, patient rapport and patient management are critical components of health care. This presentation will demonstrate how two virtual patients presenting with dental pain and trauma can be used in your curriculum to support active case-based learning, enhancing students’ diagnostic abilities, clinical management, communication skills and cultural sensitivity.
All speakers must disclose to the program audience any proprietary, financial or other personal interest of any nature of kind, in any product, service, source and/or company, or in any firm beneficially associated therewith that will be discussed or considered during their presentation. The AAE does not view the existence of these interests or uses as implying bias or decreasing the value to participants. The AAE, along with ADA CERP, feels that this disclosure is important for the participants to form their own judgment about each presentation. Please see each individual speaker's information within a session for disclosure information.
Speakers can select which components of their presentation they would like included on Endo On Demand, and as a result, some courses may only include a handout, audio, audio and handout, or have portions of their presentation omitted. Courses that have only a handout and/or audio do not include the online CE option. Courses with multiple speakers may have some portions omitted from the presentation if not all speakers give permission to have their content posted.