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Is Endodontic Microsurgery Still the Last Resort?Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits
Speaker: Meetu Kohli, B.D.S., D.M.D. | Surgical Endodontics has forged ahead in the last two decades. The procedure has fundamentally changed from it’s former days and continues to evolve with technological advances. We now use specially designed instruments and materials under magnification and illumination using an operating microscope and CBCT scans for case selection and treatment planning
S-12 An Innovative Approach to Endodontic Microsurgery Utilizing 3-D Printed Guides and Trephine BursContains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits
Speakers: Anibal Diogenes, D.D.S., M.S., Ph.D.;Jarom J. Ray, D.D.S.; James Wealleans, D.M.D. | The presentation includes cases in which surgical guides allowed teeth to be saved in anatomically complex scenarios, such as in a palatal approach for a maxillary 2nd molar.
S-1 Targeted Endodontic Microsurgery: This Changes EverythingContains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits
Speakers: Jarom Ray, D.D.S.; James A.. Wealleans, D.MD| The presentation contains substantial video footage and details the use of TEMS in several anatomically challenging scenarios, such as a mandibular second molar, and the palatal root of the maxillary 2nd molar. General concepts of digital workflow and stent design will be introduced and speculations about the future of 3D printing in endodontics will be discussed.
S-11 Principles of Endodontic 3D Printing and Surgical Guide Design: Tools to Get StartedContains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits
Speakers: Michelle Giacomino, DDS; Julie A.. Anderson, D.M.D.| This course is designed to put 3D printing in endodontics into historical context and provide some of the tools necessary to bring 3D printing and surgical guide design into practice. A brief overview of how 3D printers work will be given, to include major differences between the various types of printers on the market.
S-4 Advanced Approaches to Endodontic MicrosurgeryContains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits
Speakers: Adham A. Azim, BDS, Bertrand Khayat, DDS MSD| In this presentation, we will discuss the best evidence available regarding micro-surgical endodontics and factors contributing to its long term success. We will also present new considerations in dealing with complicated surgical cases to restore the supporting structure and provide a predictable outcome.
SP-10 Incision Techniques and Flap Designs in Endodontic MicrosurgeryContains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits
Speaker: Guillaume Jouanny, DDS| This presentation will address new concepts of incision techniques such as the crossed incision technique.
S-3 Optimized and Advanced Flap Designs in Endodontic SurgeryContains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits
Speaker: Christof Pertl, D.MD, MD, PH.D.|We will learn how to handle gingival recessions during endodontic surgery and how to incise when restored implants are in the immediate vicinity.
S-7 Intentional Replantation with Step-by-Step DemonstrationProduct not yet rated Contains 2 Component(s)
Speakers: Samuel I. Kratchman, D.MD; Ya-Hsin Yu, D.D.S.|There will be many clinical cases shown, proving this to be a predictable procedure. Saving our patient’s natural teeth should still be the goal of any dentist. The latest systematic reviews posted in the Journal of Endodontics states an 89% success rate for replantations.
SP-32 Pain Outcomes After Root End Resection Surgery: Risk Factors for Acute and Persistent PainContains 2 Component(s)
Speaker: Jennifer L. Gibbs, MS, DDS, PhD| For many patients, pain is the most important outcome of any endodontic intervention. Despite our best efforts to perform technically ideal procedures, how much post-operative pain will be experienced and for how long is often unpredictable
S-10 Implants: Incorporation Into the Modern Surgical PracticeContains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits
Stephen P. Niemczyk, D.M.D. Since its introduction in the late 1970s, the endosseous root form implant has undergone many refinements and innovations. It has evolved to the point where they are, in many instances, the preferred solution for the treatment of a nonsalvageable natural tooth. While this therapy may be commonplace in dentistry, it is not common practice within the specialty of endodontics. The reasons for this vary from personal preferences and a perceived lack of expertise, to ill-defined professional “boundaries” of practice and lack of peer support. This presentation will propose an outline as a guide for the attendee interested in introducing this armamentarium to their surgical practice. While it is not meant to substitute for a more formal exploration of the science and technique of implant selection and placement, it will highlight the key elements for successful incorporation. In many instances, these points are reinforced via multimedia illustrations.