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SP-57 Differentiating ResorptionProduct not yet rated Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits
Speaker: Brooke Blicher, D.M.D.; Rebekah Lucier Pryles| This lecture presents an organized, evidence-based algorithm for differentiation among resorption classifications. It reviews the shared and unique pathophysiology of root resorption, included internal, external and invasive cervical varieties.
I-12 External Cervical Resorption - Diagnosis & Treatment Part 2Contains 2 Component(s)
Speaker: Shanon Patel, BDS, MSc, PhD, FDS |Over the last 2 decades ECR has attracted increased interest - this in part due to the improved radiographic detection with CBCT. The effective management of ECR depends on accurate diagnosis and assessment of the true nature and accessibility of ECR.
SP-42 Differential Diagnosis of the Root Resorptions and Their Treatment ModalitiesProduct not yet rated Contains 2 Component(s)
Speaker: Lyudmila Kuznetsova, DMD|Comprehensive analysis of the cases, treatment and outcomes of complicated cases of different type of root resorption will be demonstrated.
Differential Diagnosis of the Different Types of ResorptionContains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits
Paul Abbott, B.D.Sc., M.D.S., FRACDS(Endo) | At one time, dentists were taught that there were only two types of root resorption – internal and external. As our knowledge and advances in the specialty improved, so too have the number of types of resorption
SP-5 Thinking Outside the Box: Beyond Our Routine NSRCT, Retx and RootContains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits
Rachele Luciano, D.M.D., F.R.C.D.(C) This presentation will discuss treatment options that are within the realm of endodontics but that are not routinely performed by specialists. Most endodontic practices, with few exceptions, limit their treatment options to nonsurgical root canal treatments, retreatments and some root-end resection surgeries. Literature review and case presentations on pulp capping, apexogenesis, apexification, revascularization, invasive cervical root resorption repair, autotransplantation, decompression, decoronation and trauma management will be presented. These cases differ from our usual treatments as endodontists and provide a service for our patients. These non-routine cases also provide personal satisfaction as clinicians and are impressive cases to present to referring doctors.
SP-16 Splinting of Traumatized Teeth: When, Why and How?, SP-17 Therapeutic Options for the Management of External Cervical Invasive Resorption, and SP-18 Diagnosis and Treatment of Pathological Resorptive Lesions: A Modern ApproachContains 13 Component(s), Includes Credits
SP-16: Speaker: Christine Berthold, D.D.S., D.M.D., M.S.C., Ph.D. Splinting is one aspect of the initial/emergency treatment of dento-alveolar injuries. The aim of splinting procedures is to functionally fixate teeth and alveolar process fragments in their anatomically correct position, during the healing period. SP-17: Speaker: Carlos Aznar Portoles, D.D.S., M.Sc. External Cervical Invasive Resorption is an uncommon type of root resorption that, when not detected and/or treated on time, may result in the loss of a tooth. This presentation will focus on the management of cervical root resorption lesions by an internal approach with or without additional surgical intervention. SP-18: Speaker: Guillaume Jouanny, D.D.S., M.S. This presentation will discuss the etiology and pathophysiology, the diagnosis, the prognosis and the treatment choices of tooth resorptions. The advantage of new technologies such as CBCT will be shown through the presentation of several clinical cases.
SP-11 Invasive Cervical Resorption: 3-D Diagnosis and Treatment Perspectives & SP-12 Alternative Treatments for External Cervical ResorptionContains 9 Component(s), Includes Credits
SP-11: Speaker: Mohammed H. Mashyakhy, B.D.S., M.Sc. ICR is a relatively uncommon form of external root resorption. Clinical, radiologic and pathologic features of invasive cervical resorption provide the basis for a clinical classification, which is of use both in treatment planning, and for comparative clinical research. SP-12: Speaker: John J. Stropko, D.D.S. External Cervical Resorption (ECR) is one of the least understood of all dental lesions. This presentation will discuss other materials/techniques that can be considered for the successful management of ECR cases.
NS-3 Advanced Uses of CBCT in EndodonticsContains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits
Michael J. Feldman, D.M.D. Evan R. Chugerman, D.MD, M.S.Ed., M.A. This course will discuss the most current uses of cone beam-computed tomography as it pertains to endodontic treatment and diagnosis. Included will be discussion and examples of why CBCT is ideal during endodontic cases of diagnosis, fractures, mid-treatment, resorption, presurgical and implant planning. Upon completion of this course, the participant will have a better understanding of the CBCT and its important role in providing optimal endodontic care.
NS-21 Understanding and Managing Root ResorptionContains 2 Component(s)
Speaker: Calvin D. Torneck, D.D.S., M.S., F.R.C.D. Root resorption is a biological event modulated by signaling molecules derived from resident and migrant cells and the tissues surrounding the tooth root. This has not been reflected in current approaches to resorption management, which advise surgery and root repair at the resorption site to prevent what has been felt to be further loss of tooth structure. Such an indiscriminate approach in resorption management can sometimes lead to over treatment and possibly premature tooth loss. During this presentation, the physiology of the tissues present around the tooth root and the biological events modulating root resorption will be reviewed, ultimately leading to a discussion of ALL of the options available to the clinician when root resorption is present.