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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 (CUIMC) Click here for directions

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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