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Bioceramics in EndodonticsContains 2 Component(s)
Speaker: Meetu Kohli, B.D.S, D.MD | The lecture is an overview of the current research and clinical applications of the newer bioceramics available to us. Published research will be critically reviewed and clinical cases presented demonstrating the applications in various treatment modalities
SP-19 The Single Cone Bioceramic Sealer Obturation Technique: A Historical PerspectiveContains 3 Component(s)
Speaker: Anne L. Koch, D.M.D. Recently, it has been reported that a single cone bioceramic sealer technique has been used in twenty million cases. This presentation will share the history of this technique that has gained worldwide acceptance from its genesis through today.
S-7 Factors Affecting Outcomes of Endodontic MicrosurgeryContains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits
Speaker: Frank C. Setzer, D.M.D., Ph.D., M.S. Hardly any technique in dentistry has changed so much over the last years as endodontic surgery. This lecture discusses the factors affecting the outcome of endodontic surgery, including patient-related issues, such as medical history, dental history or condition of the tooth, as well as techniques and new materials.
CEX-5 CBCT in the Clinical Management of Complex Endodontic Anatomy, CEX-6 New Studies in Endo and Science: What’s New and What do These Studies Mean to Me?, and CEX-7 Reviewing Key Steps of Endodontic Surgery Through Practical Case ExamplesProduct not yet rated Contains 13 Component(s), Includes Credits
CEX-5: Speaker: Sasidhar Nallapati, B.D.S. Variation in root canal anatomy makes treatment challenging yet exciting. Treating complex and anomalous anatomy requires sound knowledge of the nature of the anomaly, and the skill set to effectively treat it. CEX-6: Speaker: Kenneth Hargreaves, D.D.S., Ph.D. There is an acceleration of research findings in fields directly related to endodontics as well as in broader areas of science. Here, we will provide a succinct review of top research findings around the world with a focus on clinical implications. CEX-7: Speaker: Garrett M. Guess, D.D.S. Historical outcomes for endodontic periapical surgery span a wide range and as a result, the procedure is often referred as an unpredictable or undesirable option by those who have experienced the low end of the outcome range or high rate of complications. This short presentation will review cases that highlight the key steps of modern endodontic microsurgery crucial to obtaining successful results.
CEX-4 Finding the 4th Canal and Hoping There Isn't a 5th or 6th! and CEX-5 Dentin PreservationContains 9 Component(s), Includes Credits
CEX-4: Speaker: James L. Gutmann, D.D.S. A brief look at our historical roots will verify that these anatomical variations have been well known for over 100 years. This presentation will explore all aspects of this contemporary, perceived discovery. CEX-5: Speaker: Eric J. Herbranson, D.D.S., M.S. This course will review the rationale for dentin preservation in conventional endodontic therapy. It will argue that conserving dentin results in stronger teeth, improved fracture resistance and more tooth retention.
NS-22 Bioceramic Root Repair Material: Clinical Applications With an EvidenceProduct not yet rated Contains 2 Component(s)
Speaker: Bekir Karabucak, D.M.D., M.S. Endodontic microsurgery has evolved tremendously due to advances in materials and surgical techniques. In the last decade, Mineral Trioxide Aggregate has become the material of choice based on biological principles; however, the cost and handling properties remain practical obstacles to its use. Recently, other calcium silicate cements, like EndoSequence® Root Repair Material (Brasseler USA, Savannah, Ga.) have been introduced that overcome some of these working issues. This presentation will review the clinical applications, outcomes and biological responses of bioceramic root repair materials.
NS-2 Preserving What Matters: New Technologies and Approaches to Dentin ConservationContains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits
Speaker: George A. Bruder, D.M.D. This course is designed for endodontists who want to incorporate the latest science-based treatment and enhance their knowledge of dentin conservation and restoring endodontically treated teeth. Root canal treatment is a key way to save teeth that otherwise might have to be extracted. However, the impact of traditional RCT techniques can weaken teeth, leaving them susceptible to subsequent fracture. This course explores the implications of recent research into endodontic access and instrumentation. The attendee will learn how to conform to the natural morphology and disinfect the canal while retaining more dentin. These techniques allow the body a chance to heal itself, while at the same time lowering the risk of post-endodontic stress-related tooth fractures.
NS-1 Micro CT and AnatomyProduct not yet rated Contains 2 Component(s)
Speaker: Frank Paque, D.M.D. Root canal anatomy is very complex, and variations in number and arrangement of root canals are significant in many tooth groups. Root canal treatment of teeth with complex anatomy requires not only basic knowledge of variations in the number of root canals, but also knowledge of the possible unique arrangement of the canals. The three-dimensional imaging of teeth using micro-computed tomography is very helpful for the clinician to learn about complex anatomy. Furthermore, scanned teeth can be kept intact and the impact of endodontic procedures on root canal anatomy can be analyzed. Besides the evaluation of alterations of root canals after preparation with different instruments, side effects like hard tissue debris accumulation into non-instrumented areas can be displayed and calculated.
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?
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