Management of Periapical Pathosis
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Student Member: $37.50*
Speaker: Chad P. Gehani, DDS, Associate Clinical Professor, New York University
Credit Hours: 1.5
Subject Code: 070 – Endodontics
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The purpose of this presentation is to limit the scope of treatment of the endodontically involved pulp and extended periapical lesion with a non-surgical approach. More than 90 percent of all endodontic problems can be treated by this one therapy. For predictable and reproducible success in endodontic therapy, a careful and complete diagnosis must be made on each and every suspected tooth. Learn to avoid mistakes in pathological lesions that might be mistaken for an endodontic lesion: median maxillary cyst, globulomaxillary cyst, hemorrhagic traumatic bone cyst, lateral periodontal cyst, neoplasm or cementoma. Also learn to avoid mistakes between normal anatomic landmarks and endodontic lesions.
- Learn to avoid mistakes between endodontically involved teeth and other pathological lesions.
- Learn to treat endodontically involved teeth with a non-surgical method. No bacteria, no endodontic problems.
Chad P. Gehani, DDS, Associate Clinical Professor, New York University
Dr. Chad Gehani was bestowed with the Distinguished Service Award by the IDA at its annual meeting held in September 2015. The award was given to him in recognition of his dedication and commitment to the profession of dentistry. He has always advocated for underprivileged people and ADA membership. He is the first Indian American to be president of the New York State Dental Association. He then advanced to service at the National level as Trustee of the American Dental Association.
Dr. Gehani has been a successful leader with the New York State Dental Association, serving as its president from 2011-2012. During his tenure he successfully preserved adult dental Medicaid and created a task force to examine the licensure process (popularly known as PGY1 Task Force). During his presidency, NYSDA was successful in passing legislation to include young dentists/recent graduates willing to serve in areas of decreased access to care to the New York State loan forgiveness program. He is a strong promotor of the slogan, “Good Oral Health will lead to Good Overall Health.”
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March 2, 2017
March 2, 2020