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Continuing Dental Education

Dr. Irving Naidorf Annual Memorial Lecture in Endodontics - Jan. 20, 2017

Regenerative Endodontics - The Future of our Specialty?

Friday, January 20, 2017
1:00 PM to 4:50 PM

Check-in desk opens at 12:30pm

Fees: General-$225 (mtg. only); CDM Alumni & CDM Faculty-$175 (includes 50th Anniversary Alumni reception);

CDM Endo Faculty / All CDM Residents / Endo Residents from outside - $0/comp;

Continuing Dental Education: Credits - 3

Course flyer/mail-fax registration form:

Click here to open 20170120NaidorfLectureflyerFInal.pdf

Agenda / Course Description:

This symposium reviews the current state of research in the field of Endodontics regarding regenerative procedures, and explores what the future directions may be.

The Pulp - a Unique Organ

Letty Moss Salentijn, DDS, PhD: Vice Dean, Curriculum Innovation & Inter-Professional Education; Edward V. Zegarelli Professor of Dental Medicine (in Anatomy & Cell Biology)

Pulp Regeneration in Kids and Adults - How Many Tools?

Jeremy Mao, DDS, PhD: Co-Director, Center for Craniofacial Regeneration; Edwin S. Robinson Professor of Dentistry (in Orthopedic Surgery)

Regenerative Endodontics: Outcomes and Techniques

Martin Sahng-Gyoon Kim, DDS, M.S: Director, Endodontics Postdoctoral Program; Associate Professor of Dental Medicine at CUMC 

Scaffolds for pulp regeneration

Helen H. Lu, PhD: Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Department of Bioengineering; Head: Biomaterials and Interface Tissue Engineering Laboratory, The Fu Foundation School of Engineering & Applied Science

Regenerative Endodontics – where are we now?

Gunnar Hasselgren, DDS, PhD: Interim Chair, Section of Cariology and Restorative Sciences; Professor of Dental Medicine

Learning Objectives:

After this symposium, the participants will:

Understand the current use of regenerative procedures in Endodontics.

Be familiar with the different techniques and approaches involved in regenerative Endodontics.

Know the benefits,outcomes, and limits of these procedures.

Location:

Columbia University Irving Medical Center (CUMC)

Alumni Auditorium, William Black Building, 650 West 168th Street (at Fort Washington Avenue), New York, NY 10032 

Contact CDM CE Office: 212.305.7124 or Email: dentalce@columbia.edu

 

CDM Endo Alumni, CDM Endo Faculty and CDM Endo Residents only

Reception: Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Division - 5 PM-7 PM - Faculty Club

 






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