Restorative Decision Making for Endodontically Treated Teeth
Presented by …
DR. M. NADER SHARIFI …
Restoring the pulpless tooth varies dramatically from practitioner to practitioner, with widely different results. We will review the cutting-edge scientific knowledge of restoring endodontically treated teeth. Participants learn when to use a simple core and when to use dowels – and explore the clinical ramifications of dowel selection when a dowel is indicated. Tips for clinical success are offered to optimize the use of most dowels available on the market today.
Dr. Sharifi’s master’s research included threaded, tapered, parallel, prefabricated, and custom cast dowels. The clinical implications of that research will be shared with a full clinical outline providing restorative dentists an opportunity to observe the clinical treatment from start to finish. Computer model research is summarized to support treatment recommendations.
Recent protocols for identifying endodontic failure should help to clarify the dilemma we face when determining the fate of a tooth to extraction or restoration. We will discuss the implication of the root canal on the restorative success of the tooth to compare these treatment options. Dr. Sharifi will present the science that has helped us clarify where and when along the continuum the endodontically treated tooth should be extracted.
Clinical issues are explored throughout the presentation and you should be able to:
- Have a clear understanding of the implications of prefabricated & custom cast dowels.
- Consider the dowel specific cements available and make a strong selection.
- Outline the clinical treatment protocol from start to finish.
- Provide a simple explanation of the ferrule effect and how to maximize it.
- Understand the options available to diagnose and treatment plan the endodontic failure.
- Diagnose the various resorptions that can occur and plan the appropriate course of action.
This presentation is geared toward
Endodontist and Restorative Dentists
M. NADER SHARIFI, DDS, MS
Dr. M. Nader Sharifi received his DDS degree from the University of Illinois at Chicago, then continued his education to earn a certificate in prosthodontics from Northwestern University Dental School. He also earned a master’s degree in dental biomaterials from Northwestern University.
Dr. Sharifi is a nationally recognized dental instructor on the topics of dental implants, full and partial dentures, overall patient care, and restoring root canal-treated teeth. He has presented several hundred lectures internationally and nationally. Dr. Sharifi was named to the select American Dental Association (ADA) National Speakers Bureau in 1996. In 2007, he received the coveted Gordon J. Christensen Lecturer Recognition Award for excellence in teaching and loyalty to the profession.
Dr. Sharifi has been honored with membership in the American Academy of Restorative Dentistry and American College of Dentists. He is active in the Chicago Dental Society, the Illinois State Dental Society, and the ADA – where he served for more than a decade on the Council on Dental Practice. Dr. Sharifi also is a member of the American College of Prosthodontics, for which he has chaired the Committee on Dental Insurance and Managed Care. For ten plus years, he has participated as a member in the Northern Illinois Dental Specialty Study Club and recently joined as a charter member of the Seattle Study Club of Oak Brook.
Wednesday, October 4, 2023
IN-PERSON at Rutgers School of Dental Medicine
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. | 7 credit hours
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