SP-22 Invasive Cervical Resorption (Supraosseous External Resorption): Conceptions and Misconceptions
CE Hours: 1.0
Description: The ambiguous nature of Invasive Cervical Resorption (ICR) or perhaps a more descriptive term "Supraosseous External Resorption" (SER) has led to many misconceptions and occasionally disagreements. For instance, there is no consensus on the terminology of this lesion and there are different philosophies on the etiology, biology, and treatment modalities, and outcome.
- Discuss etiology and progression rate of invasive cervical resorption.
- Discuss the role of CBCT in diagnosis and management of ICR.
- Discuss multidisciplinary management of ICR and its prognosis.
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Matthew Malek, D.D.S.
Dr. Matthew Malek is a Diplomate of the American Board of Endodontics, he earned his certificate in endodontics from New York University in 2011 and has served as Full-Time Assistant Professor for the postgraduate program in endodontics. In 2015 Dr. Malek was appointed Program Director advanced education program in endodontics at New York University College of Dentistry. He is currently course director for the post-graduate courses Endodontic Microsurgery, and Introduction to clinical Endodontics. Additionally, he is a co-author in Pathways of the pulp (11th Edition), Ingle’s Endodontics (7th Edition), and Endodontic Prognosis (1st Edition). In 2009, Dr.Malek won the Arthur Charles Hull and Samuel & Hannah Holzman Award, and in 2014 he received the Academy of Distinguished Educators Award. Dr. Malek regularly participates in outreach programs and medical missions that promote oral health care awareness all across the globe. His current research interests include: Invasive cervical resorption, pain prevalence and its effects on endodontic treatment, and regenerative Endodontics.
Matthew Malek, D.D.S.
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