Dyker Beach Golf Course
1030 86th Street*
Brooklyn, NY 11228
*Main entrance driveway is at 88th Street and 7th Avenue; venue parking lot is at 86th Street and 11th Avenue
Marc Kunin, D.D.S.
Associate Director of Endodontics, NYU Langone Dental Medicine
Perforations occurring during root canal treatment may account for as many as 10% of all failed endodontic cases. Occurrence ranges from 2.3% to 12% and are reported to lower the prognosis of endodontic treatment to 50%. This presentation will discuss using the roadmap on the floor to locate calcified orifices, tricks to use to avoid perforations in different scenarios, and detailed descriptions of access of maxillary and mandibular molars. Causes of perforations in different locations on the tooth, recognizing perforations, and treatment and prognosis of different types of perforations will also be discussed.
Upon successful completion of this lecture, attendees will learn:
- Proper access techniques to prevent perforations
- How to navigate clinical situations that often lead to perforations
- Recognition and treatment of perforations
- Prognosis of different types of perforations
MCEU - 1 Hour
Free for all SDDS members
Refund and Cancellation Policy:
All requests for refunds or credits must be made in writing or by phone and received at least two weeks prior to the course date. A full refund, less a ten dollar ($10.00) administrative charge, or if requested and available, credit for a similarly priced course will be issued. Refunds or credits requested after this date will not be granted, including requests made based on absence due to illness, late arrival for courses and/or weather conditions. In the event that a course is cancelled by Second District, paid tuition will be fully refunded.
Second District Dental Society is a recognized sponsor by the N.Y.S. Education Department, ADA CERP and the AGD.
Unless otherwise stated, all featured speakers have disclosed that they do not have any relevant financial arrangements or affiliations with any corporate organizations that would constitute a conflict of interest concerning the continuing education activities stated herein.