- Webinar Title: FREE ADMISSION - Endodontic Residents' Showcase
- Presenters: Dr. Julianna Bair, Dr. Neena Lakhanpal, Dr. Victoria Ra and Dr. Kiya Stack
- Date Recorded: November 23rd, 2019
- Duration: 2 hours
- CDE Credits: 2 CDE credits will be issued by Pure Dental Learning
Skilled residents will present specialty cases on Autotransplantation, Apexogenesis of the Immature Permanent Tooth, Management of External Cervical Resorption, and Guided Endodontics. Presenting endodontic residents hail from Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia, the New York University Postgraduate Endodontics program, and the University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Dentistry. Admission is free. Attendees desiring 2 hours CDE documentation from ADA CERP will be provided with a link to pay $85 after the event.
- Autotransplantation Case From Einstein
Dr. Julianna Bair - Case presentation will include pre-op xrays and description, 3D tooth planning, surgical extraction of tooth #17 placed in Hank’s balanced salt solution and extraction non-restorable #19 by OS, modification of socket and 3D tooth try-in, autotransplantation of tooth and splinting, follow-up and future.
- Apexogenesis of the Immature Permanent Tooth
Dr. Neena Lakhanpal - Presentation will cover Apexogenesis of the Immature Permanent Tooth #30 with Diagnosis of Irreversible Pulpitis, case history, clinical examination, radiographic examination, clinical diagnosis, treatment options, treatment procedure, prognosis, relevant clinical questions.
- Nonsurgical approach to the management of external cervical resorption in a maxillary right canine
Dr. Victoria Ra - Presentation covers external cervical resorption, ECR’s etiology, clinical presentation, radiographic assessment, ECR classification, description about the case with external cervical resorption in #6, treatment options for ECR, decision for treating with internal (nonsurgical) approach in this case.
- Guided Endodontics: Clinical Uses and Cases
Dr. Kiya Stack - Presentation will review clinical applications of guided endodontics, including workflow specifics for treatment planning of guided therapy. The presentation will also include several case report examples using guided endodontic therapy for cases including: calcified canals, minimally invasive access preparations, and resorptive lesions.
The participant will learn:
- Presentation I - the technique of autotransplantation and the benefits of the procedure in the young, developing patient.
- Presentation II - to identify situations where apexogenesis procedure is a viable treatment option and understand the advantages and disadvantages.
- Presentation III - what external cervical resorption is and its treatment options.
- Presentation IV - the clinical indications and benefits of guided endodontic techniques and a proposed workflow in the treatment planning of guided endodontic therapy.
Resources and References
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Dr. Julianna Bair has no relevant commercial relationships.
Dr. Neena Lakhanpal has no relevant commercial relationships.
Dr. Victoria Ra has no relevant commercial relationships.
Dr. Kiya Stack has no relevant commercial relationships.
Dr. Julianna Bair
50 W 34th Street Apt 10B1
New York, NY 10001
Dr. Julianna Bair is a dual trained pediatric dentist and endodontist. She received her DMD degree from Tufts University School of Dental Medicine in Boston. She then went on to complete a general practice residency at Columbia University/New York Presbyterian Hospital and a pediatric dental residency program at Interfaith Medical Center in Brooklyn. Dr. Bair is a board certified pediatric dentist. As a pediatric specialist, she saw a need for herself to learn more about endodontics. This passion led her to complete her final residency program in endodontics at Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia.
Dr. Neena Lakhanpal
240 E 25 St Apt 9G
New York, NY 10010
Achieved doctor of dental sciences degree at New York University in 2014 with honors in faculty practice and honors in research. After graduating from dental school, attended a general practice residency at Lutheran NYU Hospital. Worked in private group practice for three years after completing the general practice residency. Afterwards, went on to specialize in endodontics and will be completing the program in year 2020.
Dr. Victoria Ra
120 York Street #712
Jersey City, NJ 07302
Dr. Ra received a DDS degree in 2013 from Columbia University College of Dentistry. After graduation, she served as an officer and practiced general dentistry in U.S. Army. Currently she is doing residency in New York University Postgraduate Endodontics program.
Dr. Kiya Stack
3835 Baldwin Ave, Apt 68
Lincoln, NE 68504
Dr. Kiya Stack is a passionate energy in the field of endodontics, and a proud Nebraska native. She received her B.S. in Business Management and Entrepreneurship from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. She then achieved her DDS degree in 2019 at the University of Nebraska Medical Center, and is now a first year postgraduate endodontic resident at UNMC. As a retired character performer for Walt Disney World, her life motto is: “Dental Pulp and Pixie Dust,” combining her two favorites: endodontics and Disney magic.
Resources and References
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Autotransplantation Case From Einstein - Dr. Julianna Bair
Tsukiboshi, Mitsuhiro. “Autotransplantation of Teeth.” 2001. Quintessence Publishing 1st Edition. ISBN 978-0-86715-395-8
Mejia-Cardona JL, Marcano-Caldera M, Vera J, Sigurdsson A. Autotransplantation of a Premolar with Incipient Root Development, an 18-Year Follow-Up. Eur Endod J 2017; 2: 28.
Apexogenesis of the Immature Permanent Tooth - Dr. Neena Lakhanpal
1. Asgary S, Hassanizadeh R, Torabzadeh H, Eghbal MJ. Treatment Outcomes of 4 Vital Pulp Therapies in Mature Molars. J Endod. 2018;44(4):529-535.
2. Asgary S, Eghbal MJ, Ghoddusi J. Two-year results of vital pulp therapy in permanent molars with irreversible pulpitis: an ongoing multicenter randomized clinical trial. Clin Oral Investig. 2014;18(2):635-41.
3. Cushley S, Duncan HF, Lappin MJ, et al. Pulpotomy for mature carious teeth with symptoms of irreversible pulpitis: A systematic review. J Dent. 2019; https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jdent.2019.06.005
4. Dummer PM, Hicks R, Huws D. Clinical signs and symptoms in pulp disease. Int Endod J. 1980;13(1):27-35.
5. Galani M, Tewari S, Sangwan P, Mittal S, Kumar V, Duhan J. Comparative Evaluation of Postoperative Pain and Success Rate after Pulpotomy and Root Canal Treatment in Cariously Exposed Mature Permanent Molars: A Randomized Controlled Trial. J Endod. 2017;43(12):1953-1962.
6. Li Y, Sui B, Dahl C, et al. Pulpotomy for carious pulp exposures in permanent teeth: A systematic review and meta-analysis. J Dent. 2019;84:1-8.
7. Matsuo T, Nakanishi T, Shimizu H, Ebisu S. A clinical study of direct pulp capping applied to carious-exposed pulps. J Endod. 1996;22(10):551-6.
8. Taha NA, Abdulkhader SZ. Full Pulpotomy with Biodentine in Symptomatic Young Permanent Teeth with Carious Exposure. J Endod. 2018;44(6):932-937.
9. Torabinejad M, Hong CU, Mcdonald F, Pitt ford TR. Physical and chemical properties of a new root-end filling material. J Endod. 1995;21(7):349-53.
10. Torabinejad M, Chivian N. Clinical applications of mineral trioxide aggregate. J Endod. 1999;25(3):197-205.
Nonsurgical approach to the management of external cervical resorption in a maxillary right canine - Dr. Victoria Ra
1. Mavridou, A., Hauben, E., Wevers, M., Schepers, E., Bergmans, L., & Lambrechts, P. (2017). Understanding external cervical resorption patterns in endodontically treated teeth. International Endodontic Journal,50(12), 1116-1133. doi:10.1111/iej.12744
2. Patel, S., Mavridou, A. M., Lambrechts, P., & Saberi, N. (2018). External cervical resorption-part 1: Histopathology, distribution and presentation. International Endodontic Journal,51(11), 1205-1223. doi:10.1111/iej.12942
3. Patel, S., Foschi, F., Condon, R., Pimentel, T., & Bhuva, B. (2018). External cervical resorption: Part 2 - management. International Endodontic Journal,51(11), 1224-1238. doi:10.1111/iej.12946
4. Patel, S., Foschi, F., Mannocci, F., & Patel, K. (2017). External cervical resorption: A three-dimensional classification. International Endodontic Journal,51(2), 206-214. doi:10.1111/iej.12824
5. Patel, S., Lambrechts, P., Shemesh, H., & Mavridou, A. (2018). European Society of Endodontology position statement: External Cervical Resorption. International Endodontic Journal,51(12), 1323-1326. doi:10.1111/iej.13008
6. Mavridou, A. M., Hauben, E., Wevers, M., Schepers, E., Bergmans, L., & Lambrechts, P. (2016). Understanding External Cervical Resorption in Vital Teeth. Journal of Endodontics,42(12), 1737-1751. doi:10.1016/j.joen.2016.06.007
7. Heithersay, G. S. (1999). Invasive Cervical Resorption Following Trauma. Australian Endodontic Journal,25(2), 79-85. doi:10.1111/j.1747-4477.1999.tb00094.x
8. Shemesh, A., Itzhak, J. B., & Solomonov, M. (2017). Minimally Invasive Treatment of Class 4 Invasive Cervical Resorption with Internal Approach: A Case Series. Journal of Endodontics,43(11), 1901-1908. doi:10.1016/j.joen.2017.04.026
9. Hargreaves, K. M., & Berman, L. H. (2016). Cohens pathways of the pulp. St. Louis, MO: Elsevier.
10. Andreasen, J. O., Andreasen, F. M., & Andersson, L. (2019). Textbook and color atlas of traumatic injuries to the teeth. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley Blackwell.
Guided Endodontics: Clinical Uses and Cases - Dr. Kiya Stack
1. Buchgreitz J, Buchgreitz M, Mortensen D, Bjørndal L. Guided access cavity preparation using cone-beam computed tomography and optical surface scans - an ex vivo study. Int Endod J. 2016 Aug;49(8):790-5.
2. Connert T, Krug R, Eggmann F, Emsermann I, ElAyouti A, Weiger R, Kühl S, Krastl G. Guided Endodontics versus Conventional Access Cavity Preparation: A Comparative Study on Substance Loss Using 3-dimensional-printed Teeth. J Endod. 2019 Mar;45(3):327-331.
3. Krastl G, Zehnder MS, Connert T, Weiger R, Kühl S. Guided Endodontics: a novel treatment approach for teeth with pulp canal calcification and apical pathology. Dent Traumatol. 2016 Jun;32(3):240-246.
4. Moreno-Rabié C, Torres A, Lambrechts P, Jacobs R. Clinical applications, accuracy and limitations of guided endodontics: a systematic review. Int Endod J. (2019)
5. Van der Meer WJ, Vissink A, Ng YL, Gulabivala K. 3D Computer aided treatment planning in endodontics. J Dent. 2016 Feb;45:67-72.
6. Zehnder MS, Connert T, Weiger R, Krastl G, Kühl S. Guided endodontics: accuracy of a novel method for guided access cavity preparation and root canal location. Int Endod J. 2016 Oct;49(10):966-72.
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