Presented virtually via BlueJeans
Time: 9:00 am-12:00 pm
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CE Credits: 3.0 lecture credits
The lecture will cover prevention, preparation, prevalence and management of the most common medical emergencies.
Ishmael Hasan, DDS is a second year endodontic resident at the University of Pennsylvania. Prior to attending the program he completed GPR’s at Saint Elizabeths Hospital in Washington, DC and Rochester General Hospital in New York. In addition, he practiced general dentistry for two years before committing to a career in endodontics.
Endodontically treated teeth are known to be weakened in comparison to their healthy counterpart. Research has questioned whether internal root reinforcement can improve the physical properties of the root canal. This presentation will cover the concept of monoblock versus strengthening a root canal, and whether this is possible in the clinical setting. Specifically, research on the use of fiber post and BC sealer in root reinforcement will be addressed.
Lily See, DDS, completed her Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) from Rangsit University, Bangkok, Thailand and started the Endodontic/DScD program at University of Pennsylvania in 2018. She is currently stuck at home due to COVID but still hopeful to graduate by 2023.
Overview of clinical protocol, prognosis and outcome and case selection in regenerative endodontics.
Lucrecia Jané, DDS was born and raised in Barcelona, Spain. Received her dental degree from the Universidad Internacional de Cataluña in 2015. Dr. Jané is in her second year of the postdoctoral endodontics certificate program at Penn Dental Medicine.
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University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine designates this activity for 3.0 continuing education credits.