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Root amputation: What is possible?
Traditionally root amputation procedures were used to salvage or prolong the life of the complex restoration which otherwise needs to be sacrificed. Often times the procedure is employed as an afterthought. Challenging clinical scenarios and past, dated experiences often times shape and limit the practitioner's understanding of what is attainable with root amputations. Actual patient centered outcome of these procedures continue to remain unanswered. This case based presentation will not only analyze the cases treated in the presenterís private practice setting but also review the clinical management.
- Review the planning process and precise intervention.
- Review of cases treated in the presenterís private practice setting.
- Understand what is possible with root amputation procedures when planned ahead.
What attendees can expect to learn:
- Interdisciplinary planning related to root amputation
- Review the root amputation techniques
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This continuing education activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the standards of the ADA Continuing Education Recognition Program (ADA CERP) through joint efforts between CLINICAL RESEARCH FOUNDATION and PACIFIC ENDODONTIC RESEARCH FOUNDATION.
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