AAE Online CE
More than 350 AAE members, guests and corporate supporters filled the Ritz Carlton in Cancun, Mexico, November 10-12, 2016. Attendees explored the advances in diagnostic technologies and material developments, equipping them with tools to provide optimal care to retreatment patients.
All of the available sessions listed below were recorded live at the Insight Track: Retreatment. 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, take the evaluation and pass the CE test.
Insight Track: Retreatment
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To Scan or Not to Scan: That Is the QuestionContains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits
Speakers: Bruno C.. Azevedo, D.D.S., M.S. Cone beam computed tomography is one of the hottest topics in endodontics today. This lecture is designed to provide clinicians with the latest information regarding 3-D imaging in endodontics and how this technology can help plan and diagnose endodontic retreatment cases.
Should We Retreat From Retreatment?Product not yet rated Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits
Speakers: Stephen P. Niemczyk, D.M.D. & Richard S. Schwartz, D.D.S. The restorative community’s views about retreatment have changed in recent years. Since endodontics is driven by the restorative treatment plan, it is important for endodontists to be in tune with our restorative colleagues.
Retreatment Techniques: Planning, Options and Successful Management (Part II)Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits
Speakers: Terrell F.. Pannkuk, D.D.S., M.Sc.D. This presentation will highlight the common and exotic challenges that exist when repeating a previously performed endodontic procedure that has failed. Safe dismantling of crowns, as well as removal of posts, silver points, obturation carriers, cast cores and pins will be shown. Management of ledges, false paths, perforation, abused root termini and the specific concerns of post-endodontic restoration after retreatment will also be discussed. The indications for surgical endodontic retreatment, combined approaches and the decision to perform heroic attempts to save a tooth will be highlighted. Critical thinking and the employment of decision trees and algorithms that explore all reasonable options will be demonstrated with the start-to-finish planning, execution and maintenance of actual deconstructed cases.
Retreatment Techniques: Planning, Options and Successful Management (Part I)Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits
Speakers: Terrell F.. Pannkuk, D.D.S., M.Sc.D. This presentation will highlight the common and exotic challenges that exist when repeating a previously performed endodontic procedure that has failed. Safe dismantling of crowns, as well as removal of posts, silver points, obturation carriers, cast cores and pins will be shown.
Infection and Disinfection in Retreatment Cases: Challenges and SolutionsContains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits
Speakers: Bettina R.. Basrani, D.D.S., PhD This lecture will present a critical review of the literature on infection of the root canal system in cases of retreatment, as well as the challenges and possible disinfection solutions. The presentation will emphasize current knowledge and future trends in infection control, including new irrigation solutions, new technology and new protocols.
How to Diagnose and Manage Persistent Pain Following Root Canal TreatmentContains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits
Speakers: Donald R. Nixdorf, D.D.S., M.S. This lecture reviews current advances in diagnosis and management of non-odontogenic orofacial pain. It will cover the differential diagnosis of orofacial pain, evidence regarding persistent pain following root canal treatment and strategies to address such pain.
Endodontic Microsurgery: Is it Really One and Done?Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits
Speakers: Stephen P. Niemczyk, D.M.D. The surgical solution to a conventionally treated tooth that had become refractory to healing was once considered the final step prior to extraction, and to be a singularly occurring event. In light of contemporary techniques and technologies, are either of these statements true?
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.
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