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  • Product not yet rated Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 12/11/2024 at 6:00 PM (CST)

    Speaker: George Bruder, D.M.D.|The decision to treat or extract a tooth in the esthetic zone is one of the more complex decisions that a practitioner must make. It is a test of the team’s knowledge and ability to reach the ultimate goal of an esthetic and functional restoration that will last for years to come. All this must be done with the patient’s emotional and financial status considered. This session will focus on the latest challenges in diagnosing endodontically treated teeth that may require surgery to assist in dental dam isolation, apical surgery and/or intentional replantation. This will be both a “why to” presentation focusing on the decision-making process and a “how to” presentation.

    CE Hours: 1.0

    Description: The decision to treat or extract a tooth in the esthetic zone is one of the more complex decisions that a practitioner must make. It is a test of the team’s knowledge and ability to reach the ultimate goal of an esthetic and functional restoration that will last for years to come. All this must be done with the patient’s emotional and financial status considered. This session will focus on the latest challenges in diagnosing endodontically treated teeth that may require surgery to assist in dental dam isolation, apical surgery and/or intentional replantation. This will be both a “why to” presentation focusing on the decision-making process and a “how to” presentation.

    Learning Objectives: 

    • Obtain a 3D diagnostic database for successful endodontic treatment planning and case acceptance.
    • Review Digital Transformation and how we collaborate through new encrypted data opportunities.
    • Identify the benefits of collaborative studies

    George A. Bruder, D.M.D.

    Dr. Bruder was the founding Chair: Department of Endodontics and Director of the Advanced Specialty Education Program in Endodontics at Stony Brook University School of Dental Medicine from 2006 – 2015. In 2012, Dr. Bruder was awarded the prestigious Edward M. Osetek Educator Award from the American Association of Endodontists and is also a member of Omicron Kappa Upsilon, National Dental Honor Society. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Endodontics and Fellow of the International College of Dentists. Dr. Bruder serves as CEO/President of TruEndo INC and coinvented both TruShape and TruNatomy Endodontic Instruments with Dr. Ove Peters.

    Speaker Disclosure

    In accordance with this policy, I declare I have a past or present proprietary or relevant financial relationship or receive gifts in kind (including soft intangible remuneration), consulting position or affiliation, or other personal interest of any nature or kind in any product, service, course and/or company, or in any firm beneficially associated therewith, as indicated: Consultant, Dentsply Sirona

  • Product not yet rated Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 08/22/2024 at 6:00 PM (CDT)

    Speaker: Ye Shi, DDS, MS|As the demand for endodontic surgery continues to rise, the significance of soft tissue management becomes increasingly important, particularly in the anterior area where achieving esthetically successful outcomes is paramount. Emphasizing prevention as the optimal strategy, this session will delve into the best practices for minimizing esthetic complications. It is equally imperative to know how to resolve issues such as gingival recession or papilla loss. This comprehensive session will cover crucial aspects including the esthetic considerations in anterior zones, advanced flap and suturing techniques addressing high-risk scenarios and shed light on soft tissue grafting procedures to correct post-op recession using various grafting materials.

    CE Hours: 1.0

    Description: As the demand for endodontic surgery continues to rise, the significance of soft tissue management becomes increasingly important, particularly in the anterior area where achieving esthetically successful outcomes is paramount. Emphasizing prevention as the optimal strategy, this session will delve into the best practices for minimizing esthetic complications. It is equally imperative to know how to resolve issues such as gingival recession or papilla loss. This comprehensive session will cover crucial aspects including the esthetic considerations in anterior zones, advanced flap and suturing techniques addressing high-risk scenarios and shed light on soft tissue grafting procedures to correct post-op recession using various grafting materials.

    Learning Objectives: 

    • Analyze the key factors influencing the esthetic outcome in endodontic surgery.
    • Assess and prioritize these parameters for optimal results.
    • Describe advanced flap design techniques and suturing techniques designed to minimize the risk of esthetic complications.

    Ye Shi, DDS, MS

    Dr. Ye Shi is currently the Clinical Assistant Professor in the department of Periodontics and Implantology at NYU College of Dentistry and Program Director for the International Summer Practicum Program.

    Dr. Ye Shi received her DDS degree from Nanjing Medical University in China, 2011 and then completed a 3-year post-graduate residency with a master’s degree of Prosthodontics in Pecking Union Medical College, China. Afterward, she came to United States for further training. She first completed a three-year Advanced Program for International Dentists in Implant Dentistry at NYU College of Dentistry. Thereupon, she had her 3-year periodontal training in the Advanced Education Program of Periodontics at NYU College of Dentistry. Dr. Shi is a diplomate of American Board of Periodontology and Implant Dentistry, as well as a diplomate of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists.

    She serves as Chair of Membership Committee of Northeastern Society of Periodontists and Vice Chair of Clinical Innovation Committee of Academy of Osseointegration. She has received numerous awards for her clinical research and published articles in peer-reviewed journals and book chapters as well. In addition to lecturing nationally and internationally, Dr. Shi lectures for the Advanced Program for Periodontics and International Implant Program.

    Speaker Disclosure 

    I declare that I have no proprietary, financial, or other personal interest of any nature or kind in any product, service, course, and/or company, or in any firm beneficially associated therewith, that will be discussed or considered during the proposed presentation.

  • Product not yet rated Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 07/16/2024 at 6:00 PM (CDT)

    Speaker: Alexander Ross Kerr DDS, MSD, FDS RCPS(Glasg), Arthi Kumar, DDS|In this educational webinar, the essential features of both soft and hard tissue (bone) pathology, such as gingival soft tissue lesions and intraosseous periapical lesions will be discussed. Special focus will be on topics of pathology most relevant to the endodontist. The speakers, board certified in Oral Medicine and Oral & Maxillofacial Pathology will describe the clinical, radiographic, and microscopic features of a range of entities and review management.

    CE Hours: 1.5

    Description: In this educational webinar, the essential features of both soft and hard tissue (bone) pathology, such as  gingival soft tissue lesions and intraosseous periapical lesions will be discussed.  Special focus will be on topics of pathology most relevant to the endodontist.  The speakers, board certified in Oral Medicine and Oral & Maxillofacial Pathology will describe the clinical, radiographic, and microscopic features of a range of entities and review management.

    Learning Objectives: 

    • Review a variety of oral soft and hard tissue pathology which may be encountered by endodontists.  
    • Review the different classifications of pathology, namely inflammatory, infectious, immune mediated, developmental, neoplastic, genetic, and oral manifestation of systemic disease.
    • Review the suitable management options for the selected soft and hard tissue pathologic entities. 

    Alexander Ross Kerr, DDS, MSD, FDS RCPS(Glasg)

    Dr. Ross Kerr is a board-certified Oral Medicine Specialist who received his DDS from McGill University in Montreal, Canada, and his MSD and certificate in Oral Medicine at the University of Washington. He is a Clinical Professor and the Director of Oral Medicine in the Department of Oral & Maxillofacial Pathology, Radiology & Medicine at New York University College of Dentistry, and the recipient of NYU’s distinguished teaching award. He is a past president of the American Academy of Oral Medicine, secretary of the American Board of Oral Medicine, and steering committee member of the World Workshop on Oral Medicine. His research experience includes the evaluation of current and emerging technologies for the detection and diagnosis of oral cancer and oral potentially malignant disorders. He has contributed more than 100 publications to the dental and medical literature. 

    Speaker Disclosure

    In accordance with this policy, I declare I have a past or present proprietary or relevant financial relationship or receive gifts in kind (including soft intangible remuneration), consulting position or affiliation, or other personal interest of any nature or kind in any product, service, course and/or company, or in any firm beneficially associated therewith, as indicated: Stock, Triage Inc.

    Arthi Kumar, DDS

    Dr. Arthi Kumar is a board-certified Oral and Maxillofacial Pathologist who completed her training at New York Presbyterian Queens. She is currently a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology, Radiology and Medicine, New York University College of Dentistry. In addition to making diagnoses at the microscope, Dr. Kumar sees patients in the Oral Medicine clinic and teaches undergraduate dental students in didactic and clinical courses at the college.

    Speaker Disclosure

    I declare that I have no proprietary, financial, or other personal interest of any nature or kind in any product, service, course, and/or company, or in any firm beneficially associated therewith, that will be discussed or considered during the proposed presentation.

  • Product not yet rated Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Speaker: Hal F. Duncan, B.D.S M.Clin.Dent, Ph.D|Caries prevalence remains high throughout the world, with the burden of disease shifting to older and socially disadvantaged groups. If left untreated, caries will advance through dentine stimulating a progressive pulpitis and eventually pulp infection and necrosis; however, if conservatively managed pulpal recovery occurs even in deep carious lesions. As a profession and speciality, we should be striving to develop new biologically-based minimally-invasive solutions; however, to do so, an applied understanding of pulpitis and repair processes is critical. During this presentation we will discuss both the ESE position statement of ‘Deep Caries and the Exposed Pulp’ and also the ESE S3-level clinical guideline recommendations. During this talk we will consider amongst other things: How does the pulp respond to bacterial challenge? How localised is the inflammatory response? Could we consider utilising biomarkers expressed in pulp inflammation for diagnosis or repair?

    CE Hours: 1.25

    Description: Caries prevalence remains high throughout the world, with the burden of disease shifting to older and socially disadvantaged groups. If left untreated, caries will advance through dentine stimulating a progressive pulpitis and eventually pulp infection and necrosis; however, if conservatively managed pulpal recovery occurs even in deep carious lesions. As a profession and speciality, we should be striving to develop new biologically-based minimally-invasive solutions; however, to do so, an applied understanding of pulpitis and repair processes is critical. During this presentation we will discuss both the ESE position statement of ‘Deep Caries and the Exposed Pulp’ and also the ESE S3-level clinical guideline recommendations. During this talk we will consider amongst other things:  How does the pulp respond to bacterial challenge? How localised is the inflammatory response? Could we consider utilising biomarkers expressed in pulp inflammation for diagnosis or repair?

    Learning Objectives:  

    • Evaluate the scientific rationale, biological principles and clinical arguments for pulp preservation.
    • Analyze the manner in which the pulp responds to microbial challenge and how we may assess the level of inflammation in the pulp.
    • Describe the most appropriate way to manage pulpitis in clinical practice.
  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Speaker: Brooke Blicher, DMD, Certificate in Endodontics|Pain is fraught in the dental world. It is often the driver of emergency dental visits, yet it also keeps many fearful patients out of the dental chair. Thankfully, we live in a world with effective pharmaceuticals to manage pain of endodontic origin pre-operatively, effective anesthesia to eliminate painful delivery of care, and strategies to minimize postoperative discomfort. In this lecture, we’ll present an organized and evidence-based algorithm for both diagnosing and managing pain of endodontic origin, including before, during and following the delivery of definitive care.

    CE Hours: 1.25

    Description: Pain is fraught in the dental world. It is often the driver of emergency dental visits, yet it also keeps many fearful patients out of the dental chair. Thankfully, we live in a world with effective pharmaceuticals to manage pain of endodontic origin pre-operatively, effective anesthesia to eliminate painful delivery of care, and strategies to minimize postoperative discomfort. In this lecture, we’ll present an organized and evidence-based algorithm for both diagnosing and managing pain of endodontic origin, including before, during and following the delivery of definitive care. 

    Learning Objectives: 

    • Explain the origins of orofacial pain 
    • Discuss appropriate management strategies for pain of endodontic origin 
    • Review management strategies for postoperative and persistent pain conditions 

    Brooke Blicher, DMD, Certificate in Endodontics

    Dr. Brooke Blicher received her BA in Chemistry from Colgate University, where she graduated Magna Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa, her DMD from the Harvard School of Dental Medicine where she graduated with honors in research, and her certificate in Endodontics from Tufts University School of Dental Medicine.

    Dr. Blicher is a Diplomate of the American Board of Endodontics, and a Fellow in both the American College of Dentistry and the International College of Dentistry.  She continues to be involved with teaching, research and mentorship, holding faculty appointments at both Harvard and Tufts Schools of Dental Medicine. Dr. Blicher has been involved in organized dentistry as a member of several committees for the American Association of Endodontists, and her local and state dental societies. 

    While providing state of the art specialty care in her private practice in White River Junction, Vermont, Dr. Blicher continues to pursue her academic interests.  She authored the chapter “Diagnosis and Treatment Planning” in the 6th edition of Endodontics: Principles and Practice, as well as the textbooks  Endodontics: A Review, now in its second edition, and the newly published Clinical Endodontics, available in March.  She has published extensively, including in the Journal of Dental Research, General Dentistry, Inside Dentistry, and Compendium. Dr. Blicher has lectured both locally and internationally on endodontic diagnosis, non-odontogenic pain, fractures, trauma, resorption, treatment of immature teeth, and CBCTs in endodontics as well as on ideal restorative care following endodontic treatment.

     

    Speaker Disclosure

    In accordance with this policy, I declare I have a past or present proprietary or relevant financial relationship or receive gifts in kind (including soft intangible remuneration), consulting position or affiliation, or other personal interest of any nature or kind in any product, service, course and/or company, or in any firm beneficially associated therewith, as indicated: Quintessence Publishing (Individual(s) Involved: Self): other financial or materials support.

  • Product not yet rated Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Speaker: Stephane Simon, DDS, MSc, PhD, HDR; Ashraf F. Fouad, D.D.S., M.S.; Nessrin A. Taha, BDS, GradDipClinDent, DClinDent, PhD; Domenico Ricucci, D.D.S.|The aim of the session is to address the controversies in Vital Pulp Therapy. Do we have to remove the full caries disease for direct pulp capping ? or can we leave some carious tissue in contact with the pulp for Indirect pulp capping to avoid its exposure? Is the full pulpotomy actually a reliable endodontic technique? What do the clinical trials say in 2023? Finally what role do the inflammation process play in the healing process. Is the inflammation a helper or a killer? Lets discuss all these questions with the presentation of 4 world wide recognized speakers.

    CE Hours: 1.0

    Description: The aim of the session is to address the controversies in Vital Pulp Therapy. Do we have to remove the full caries disease for direct pulp capping ? or can we leave some carious tissue in contact with the pulp for Indirect pulp capping to avoid its exposure? Is the full pulpotomy actually a reliable endodontic technique?  What do the clinical trials say in 2023? Finally what role do the inflammation process play in the healing process. Is the inflammation a helper or a killer? Lets discuss all these questions with the presentation of 4 world wide recognized speakers.

    Learning Objectives:  

    • Describe the role of inflammation in the healing process.
    • Describe the destructive role of infection disease in vital pulp therapy.
    • Select the right protocol (Indirect Pulp Capping, Direct Pulp Capping or Full Pulpotomy) in every clinical situation.

    Stephane Simon, DDS, MSc, PhD, HDR

    Stéphane SIMON has been qualified as Doctor in Dental Surgery in 1994 at the University of Reims. He got a certificate in Biomaterials in 1998 (University of Paris 7) and in Endodontology in 2000 (Paris 7). He taught Endodontics from 2001 to 2005 at the University of Paris 7 as Assistant Professor, and from 2006 to 2008 at the University of Birmingham (United Kingdom) as a Clinical lecturer. He has got a Master Degree (MPhil) in Molecular and cell Biology in 2005 (Paris 7), and completed in 2009 his PhD in Pulp Biology in the frame of a co-supervised Thesis between the University of Paris 7 and the University of Birmingham. He was the President of the Pulp Biology and Regeneration Group of the IADR and is still a member of the education committee of the European Society of Endodontology.
    From 2012 up to august 2019, he was a full time academic teacher/researcher, awarded as Professor in Endodontics at the Paris Diderot University and was the director of the Postgraduate Endodontic Program at Paris Diderot University (3 years full time program).
    He is the author of 8 Endodontic books, authored 8 chapters in clinical books, and three chapters in Tissue engineering books. He has also published 47 papers in per-reviewed scientific journals (Endodontics and Science) and more than 95 papers in clinical per-reviewed journals ; he is also one of the editor of Visualendodontics software.
    In 2011, he received the Hans Genett Award from the European Society of Endodontology.
    He has a private practice limited to endodontics for 20 years, and is the founder and scientific director of a postgraduate course company named Endo Académie.

    Disclosure(s): No financial relationships to disclose

    Ashraf F. Fouad, D.D.S., M.S.

    Dr. Fouad obtained his DDS, Certificate of Endodontics and MS at the University of Iowa.

    He served on the faculty and in various administrative roles at University of Connecticut Health Center, the University of Maryland, and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He is currently Professor and Chair, Department of Endodontics, and Director, Advanced Endodontics Program, at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.

    Dr. Fouad has published over 100 peer-reviewed manuscripts, 24 textbook chapters, and 140 abstracts. He edited and co-authored the textbooks: Endodontic Microbiology, as well as the fifth and sixth editions of Endodontics: Principles and Practice. He is a Diplomate and Past President of the American Board of Endodontics, and an Associate Editor of the Journal of Endodontics and Dental Traumatology. He received the Distinguished Scientist Award from the Pulp Biology and Regeneration Group of the International Association of Dental Research.

    Speaker Disclosure

    I declare that I have no proprietary, financial, or other personal interest of any nature or kind in any product, service, course, and/or company, or in any firm beneficially associated therewith, that will be discussed or considered during the proposed presentation

    Nessrin A. Taha, BDS, GradDipClinDent, DClinDent, PhD

    Dr Taha is professor of Endodontics, former Vice Dean and director of postgraduate clinics at Faculty of Dentistry, Jordan University of Science and Technology. She also Seves as chairman of the scientific and examination committee for Jordan Dental Board Examination in endodontics, and a memer of the ethics committee and institutional review board at king Abdullah University Hospital.
    Dr Taha obtained her speciality in Endodontics and PhD from the University of Melbourne in Australia. She is a fellow of the Royal Australasian College of dental Surgeons in both the general stream and the special fields of Endodontics and has been awarded Sutherland Prize for outstanding performance in the colleage examination in 2005. She was also awraded the victorian women dentist prize for outstanding female at the Australian Dental Council Exam.
    Dr Taha has a long standing interest in clinical research on preserving pulp vitality and regenerative endodontics, She is currently running several trials on the topic for which short to medium term results have been already published. She lectured on vital pulp therapy in national and international conferences and coauthored a book chapter on the topic. She serves as an editorial board member in the International Endodontic Journal, BMC oral health and Saudi Endodontic Journal.

    Speaker Disclosure 

    I declare that I have no proprietary, financial, or other personal interest of any nature or kind in any product, service, course, and/or company, or in any firm beneficially associated therewith, that will be discussed or considered during the proposed presentation.

    Domenico Ricucci, M.D., D.D.S.

    Dr. Domenico Ricucci received his degree in General Medicine from “La Sapienza” University of Rome in 1982, and his DDS from the same University in 1985. Since then on he has maintained private dental practices limited to endodontics. He achieved the National Scientific qualification as full professor in the Italian higher education system in 2018. Dr. Ricucci’s primary research interest relates to pulpal and periapical tissue reactions to caries and treatment procedures, biofilms in endodontic infections, etiology of RTC treatment failure, pulp regeneration/revascularization. Since 1998 he has run his own histology laboratory and has developed considerable skills in hard tissue preparations for light microscopy.

    Dr Ricucci has published 113 papers and has lectured both nationally and internationally. He has authored the Textbook and Atlas “Patologia e Clinica Endodontica”, the textbook and atlas “Endodontology. An integrated biological and clinical view”, also translated into Chinese, Russian, Japanese. He has also authored or co-authored 22 book chapters. He is recipient of the Louis I. Grossman International Award by the French Society of Endodontics in 2017, and the Louis I. Grossman Award by the American Association of Endodontists in 2023.

    Disclosure(s): No financial relationships to disclose

  • Product not yet rated Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Speaker: Qian Xie, BDS, PhD|The goal of root canal treatment is to prevent or reverse apical periodontitis by removal of necrotic/infected or irreversibly inflamed tissues, followed by obturation of the root canal space. Mechanical instrumentation and irrigation play a key role in the removal of pulp tissue, contaminants, debris, and microorganisms from the root canal system. Different adjunctive agitation techniques have been developed to help irrigating solutions penetrate the complexities of the root canal system. Passive ultrasonic irrigation, apical negative pressure irrigation systems, sonic activation, multisonic agitation, and laser activation have been reported to be superior to conventional positive pressure needle irrigation in regards to smear layer removal, antimicrobial effect, and decreased post-operative pain. Minimally invasive canal preparation has been promoted with the activated irrigation approaches. However, what is not known is the effect of minimally invasive instrumentation, in conjunction with an activated irrigation approach on clinical outcomes (retention/longevity, healing of apical periodontitis). Can infected root canals be predictably disinfected following conservative root canal preparation? Based on a review of the current literature and personal clinical experience, appropriate preparation sizes for root canal treatment will be explored.

    CE Hours: 0.75

    Description: The goal of root canal treatment is to prevent or reverse apical periodontitis by removal of necrotic/infected or irreversibly inflamed tissues, followed by obturation of the root canal space. Mechanical instrumentation and irrigation play a key role in the removal of pulp tissue, contaminants, debris, and microorganisms from the root canal system. Different adjunctive agitation techniques have been developed to help irrigating solutions penetrate the complexities of the root canal system. Passive ultrasonic irrigation, apical negative pressure irrigation systems, sonic activation, multisonic agitation, and laser activation have been reported to be superior to conventional positive pressure needle irrigation in regards to smear layer removal, antimicrobial effect, and decreased post-operative pain. Minimally invasive canal preparation has been promoted with the activated irrigation approaches. However, what is not known is the effect of minimally invasive instrumentation, in conjunction with an activated irrigation approach on clinical outcomes (retention/longevity, healing of apical periodontitis). Can infected root canals be predictably disinfected following conservative root canal preparation? Based on a review of the current literature and personal clinical experience, appropriate preparation sizes for root canal treatment will be explored.

    Learning Objectives:  

    • Describe how apical preparation size during root canal treatment affects the clinical outcome.
    • Evaluate the current best available evidence to support minimal invasive canal preparation with different irrigation protocols.
    • Choose the appropriate preparation size for root canal treatment upon irrigation protocol.

    Qian Xie, D.D.S., Ph.D.

    Dr. Qian Xie received her BDS and PhD degrees from Sichuan University, Chengdu, China. After a few years of practice, Dr. Xie returned to graduate school at the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Dentistry, where she received her Certificate of Specialty in Endodontics. Dr. Xie is a Diplomate of the American Board of Endodontics. Dr. Xie has been a member and an active participant in the American Association of Endodontists, the American Dental Association, the Chicago Dental Society, and the Edgar D. Coolidge Endodontic Study Club. She is a fellow of the International College of Dentists. Dr. Xie has a broad background in oral science and clinical dentistry, with specific training and expertise in oral microbiology research and clinic experience in endodontics. Her research background includes caries research, oral biofilm and endodontic irrigation.

    Disclosure(s): No financial relationships to disclose

  • Product not yet rated Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Speaker: Katrina Klein, RDH|Working in dentistry doesn't have to hurt! Stop the aches and pains commonly associated with the practice of dentistry and protect your physical health with the use of ergonomic equipment, practical ergonomic strategies and understanding the important roll that posture enhancing exercises plays in reducing workplace pain. Experience this highly interactive program practicing chairside stretches to make a mind muscle connection for use in a daily release of chronically tight muscles.

    CE Hours: 1.0

    Description: Working in dentistry doesn't have to hurt! Stop the aches and pains commonly associated with the practice of dentistry and protect your physical health with the use of ergonomic equipment, practical ergonomic strategies and understanding the important roll that posture enhancing exercises plays in reducing workplace pain. Experience this highly interactive program practicing chairside stretches to make a mind muscle connection for use in a daily release of chronically tight muscles.

    Learning Objectives:  

    • Define risk factors for work related pain for dental clinicians.
    • Implement practical solutions for a correct workspace.
    • Demonstrate workday stretches of chronically tight muscle groups to be done chairside.
  • Product not yet rated Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Giovanni Olivi, MD, DDS | The lecture will present a logical series of evidence based researches that support the clinical relevance of this technique, highlighted by clinical case evidences. Studies on the fluid dynamics of fluids will explain how to modify the concept of shaping for cleaning in minimal shaping for an effective cleansing and decontamination. High resolution videos will greatly help in understanding how to optimize the cleansing and disinfecting phases while maintaining minimal preparation of the canals.

    CE Hours: 1.5

    Description: The lecture will present a logical series of evidence based researches that support the clinical relevance of this technique, highlighted by clinical case evidences. Studies on the fluid dynamics of fluids will explain how to modify the concept of shaping for cleaning in minimal shaping for an effective cleansing and decontamination. High resolution videos will greatly help in understanding how to optimize the cleansing and disinfecting phases while maintaining minimal preparation of the canals.

    Learning Objectives:  

    • Describe the limitations of the use of conventional systems for endodontic irrigation.
    • List the difference among sonic, ultrasonic, multisonic and laser activated irrigation.
    • Explain the main advantages of laser activated technology for root canal irrigation.
  • Product not yet rated Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Speaker: Lorel E. Burns, D.D.S., M.S.; Poppy Blaseio, MA, DDS; Marcus D. Johnson, D.D.S., M.S.D.|Endodontists’ ability to prevent and eliminate apical periodontitis depends on their clinical expertise and technical skill. The ability to build a thriving and fulfilling career is what contributes to longevity as clinicians and potential for community impact. Clinical Endodontic practice is a gateway to numerous opportunities for both personal enrichment and practice marketing. Endodontists are uniquely skilled, and our talents can be employed in a variety of arenas, from academia to organized dentistry, to independent entrepreneurship. Engagement in areas beyond clinical practice not only shape public perceptions of endodontics and help market one’s own practice, but enhance practitioners' lifetime enjoyment and impact.

    CE Hours: 1.25

    Description: Endodontists’ ability to prevent and eliminate apical periodontitis depends on their clinical expertise and technical skill. The ability to build a thriving and fulfilling career is what contributes to longevity as clinicians and potential for community impact. Clinical Endodontic practice is a gateway to numerous opportunities for both personal enrichment and practice marketing. Endodontists are uniquely skilled, and our talents can be employed in a variety of arenas, from academia to organized dentistry, to independent entrepreneurship. Engagement in areas beyond clinical practice not only shape public perceptions of endodontics and help market one’s own practice, but enhance practitioners' lifetime enjoyment and impact.

    Learning Objectives:  

    • Describe the benefits of engaging in community service, academic dentistry and organized dentistry.
    • Identify real world opportunities for enrichment beyond the practice of clinical Endodontics.
    • Formulate a plan for one’s own enrichment beyond clinical practice.