Root resorption has been historically regarded as an exotic, rare presentation in dental practice. It is not, and occurs quite frequently. Four main theories on pathogenesis have been proposed. Dr. Pannkuk will discuss these theories and the confusion associated with different resorption descriptors: internal, external, inflammatory, replacement, and extracanal invasive types. Case histories with long term recalls monitored up to 18 years will be shown. Management strategies, CBCT mapping and option assessment will be highlighted with a special emphasis on the differences between root repair materials and research. Extensive documentation with clinical microphotos, CT imagining, and conventional radiography will be demonstrated.
I. Root Resorption assumptions
II. Four main theories on pathogenesis
III. Case Histories
IV. Management Strategies
At the end of this presentation the participant will have a clear understanding of the current science and clinical opportunities available to successfully manage and treat different types of root resorption.
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Dr. Rick Schwartz has no relevant commercial relationships.
Dr. Terry Pannkuk has no relevant commercial relationships.
1130 E. Sonterra Blvd, Suite 140
San Antonio, TX 78258
Dr. Rick Schwartz was a restorative dentist for 19 years prior to entering post-graduate training in endodontics. He attended a 2-year general dentistry residency, and then did a combination of private practice, teaching and dental materials research before entering endodontic training in 1996. He has authored over 100 articles and abstracts and was a cover author on 3 editions of “Fundamentals of Operative Dentistry” by Quintessence Publishing Co. He is first author of the book “Best Practices in Endodontics”, also from Quintessence., and is a cover author of “A CBCT Primer for Endodontists “, which will be available in 2017. For the past 19 years he has been in full time private practice limited to endodontics in San Antonio, TX. He has lectured extensively in U.S. and 14 other countries.
9 E Pedregosa Street, Suite B
Santa Barbara, CA 93101
Dr. Terry Pannkuk, a native of California, graduated from University of California at Los Angeles with a degree in Biology, Georgetown Dental School with a D.D.S., and Boston University with an M.Sc.D. in Endodontics. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Endodontics, former editor and publisher of The Endodontic Report, former president of the Boston University Endodontic Alumni Association, current reviewer for the Journal of Endodontics (official journal of the American Association of Endodontists), Past President of the Academy of Microscope Enhanced Dentistry, President and Founder of the Schilder Institute for the Advancement of Endodontics, Editor and Publisher of PDL (Pure Dental Learning), Volunteer Clinical Professor at the University of California at San Francisco, and international lecturer-author of topics relating to clinical endodontics.
He lives and practices in Santa Barbara, California.
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