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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.
Nabeeh Jaghab, DMD, BDS was born and raised in Ramallah, Palestine. He graduated from MSA University in Egypt in 2011 with a Bachelor of dental surgery degree then attended the PASS program for internationally trained dentists at Penn Dental Medicine earning his DMD degree in 2018. Dr. Jaghab is in his second year of the postdoctoral endodontics certificate program at Penn Dental Medicine.
Vital pulp tissue heals after injury with the formation of hard tissues. Although pulpal wound healing has been extensively investigated, the specific details, cellular players, and mechanisms underlying this phenomenon remain in question. This presentation will review the biology of pulp wound healing to uncover the the cellular basis for our clinical decisions. Advancements in materials science, new developments in diagnostics, and future directions will be discussed in the context of ongoing research in this area of endodontics.
Meghan Harley, DMD, is a northern New Jersey native, who moved to the Boston area to pursue a BS in Biochemistry at Stonehill College. After graduating top-achieving biochemistry major, she moved to Philadelphia to attend the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine. In 2017, Meg earned her DMD with honors in Community Oral Health and is a recipient of the AAE 2017 Student Award. Philadelphia has become home to Meg, as she completed post-doctoral general practice hospital training through Jefferson Health in Abington, PA in 2018 and returned to Penn for her Endodontic specialty training that same year. She is a grateful and proud member of the Penn Endo family and hopes to stay in touch as she transitions to private practice in the Greater Philadelphia area in the coming months.
Overview of normal sinus anatomy and implications of endodontic disease on the maxillary sinus.
Grace Coburn, DMD, MS received her dental degree from Harvard School of Dental Medicine. She received her Masters degree at Monell Chemical Senses Center. Upon graduation from the postdoctoral endodontics certificate program at Penn Dental Medicine, Dr. Coburn will practice in New Orelans.
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University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine designates this activity for 3.0 continuing education credits.