AAE Online CE
The 20th World Congress on Dental Traumatology (WCDT2018) was presented by the International Association of Dental Traumatology (IADT) and the American Association of Endodontists (AAE).
This four-day congress brought together an unprecedented number of experts and leaders in dental and orofacial traumatology along with hundreds of clinicians from around the world, representing multiple specialties and disciplines, for the purpose of interaction, collaboration and advancement in knowledge. The congress theme encompassed a multi-year timeline of observation, analysis, diagnosis, treatment and follow-up evaluation. It presented the complete life-cycle of a traumatic injury and patient recovery to esthetics and function.
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Multidisciplinary Approach to the Management of Dental Alveolar TraumaProduct not yet rated Contains 3 Component(s)
Roger J. Wise, DDS | The treatment of dental alveolar trauma should be a multidisciplinary discussion. Similar injuries in the adult dentition will be differentiated. Implant placement combined with hard and soft tissue management and restoration, will be demonstrated.
Acute and Chronic Pain in Trauma PatientsProduct not yet rated Contains 2 Component(s)
Eli Eliav, DMD, MSc, PhD | This presentation will discuss diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic pain, as well as potential mechanisms for the transition from acute to chronic pain. Challenging cases and findings from recent studies will be presented.
Surgical Treatment Options in Young Patients Where Traumatized Teeth Cannot be PreservedContains 2 Component(s)
Simon Storgård-Jensen, DDS, MSD | The prognosis after traumatic dental injury is most often excellent. However, especially after intrusions and avulsions, an elevated risk of dento-alveolar ankylosis may be observed. Untreated, ankylotic teeth may end up in severe infraposition, compromising neighboring teeth and vertical growth of the alveolar process. Infection-related resorption may also lead to loss of previously traumatized teeth in growing individuals.
Timing of Implant Treatment after Traumatic Dental InjuryContains 2 Component(s)
Simon Storgård-Jensen, DDS, MSD| Trauma-related tooth loss often occurs in growing individuals. Strategies to determine the safe time and ideal conditions for implant placement will be presented, as well as different temporary solutions.
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