Restoration of the Endodontically Treated Tooth – Thursday, October 15, 2020
Category 2 – 2 CE Points
Presenter: Dr. Gary Glassman
Dr. Gary Glassman graduated from the University of Toronto, Faculty of Dentistry in 1984 and was awarded the James B. Willmott Scholarship, the Mosby Scholarship and the George Hare Endodontic Scholarship for proficiency in Endodontics. A graduate of the Endodontology Program at Temple University in 1987, he received the Louis I. Grossman Study Club Award for academic and clinical proficiency in Endodontics. The author of numerous publications, Dr. Glassman lectures globally on endodontics, is on staff at the University of Toronto, Faculty of Dentistry in the graduate department of endodontics. As Adjunct Professor of Dentistry and Director of Endodontic Programming from 2010-2017, Gary helped develop the dental school curriculum for the Oral Health Science programme for the University of Technology, Kingston, Jamaica. Gary is a fellow of the Royal College of Dentists of Canada, Fellow of the American College of Dentists, endodontic editor for Oral Health dental journal, endodontic editor for Inside Dentistry, Faculty Chair for DC Institute and Chief Dental Officer for dentalcorp Canada.
Endodontic treatment is not complete until the tooth is restored to form, function and aesthetics. The survival and success of the endodontically treated tooth is directly related to the timing and quality of the coronal restoration. This programme will outline the endodontic and restorative breakthroughs that have allowed the retention of a tooth for a lifetime.
1) Assessing the criteria for a successful endodontic procedure
2) The effects of endodontic treatment on the tooth
3) The timing of the restorative procedure