Traumatic and Regenerative
Traumatic injuries are acute episodes that are never planned and if not handled correctly can have lasting effects to the patient. Integrating CBCT technology allows for superior insight, diagnosis and prognosis. Regenerative endodontics is the new standard of care that will be focused on. Laser and CBCT applications are integrated throughout different treatments. Principles and case reviews will be presented.
This course is intended to deliver the most comprehensive review of traumatic injuries seen and not seen on an everyday basis in the general practice.Objectives:
- To review the biological parameters of dental trauma.
- Understanding and treatment of traumatic fractures.
- Understanding and treatment of luxation injuries.
- Differential diagnosing of traumatic pathology.
- Understanding regenerative endodontics.
- Legal implications to dental trauma.
- Understand how new technology is incorporated.
BRIAN P. TRAVA, DMD
Ho-Ho-Kus, New Jersey
DR. BRIAN TRAVA graduated from Lycoming College in 1984, and the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, (UMDNJ), in 1988. He was accepted and finished his two year post-graduate work in Endodontics from UMDNJ, 1990. Dr. Trava started his practice in Hawthorne in1990, Ho-Ho-Kus 1993, Oradell in 2009 and Wyckoff in 2010. He was an assistant clinical professor at UMDNJ teaching Post Graduate Endodontics from 1993- 2000. In his spare time, he volunteered at Eva’s Village doing dental work.
Friday, September 6, 2019
9 a.m. to 1 p.m. (earn 4 credit hours)
at The Rutgers School of Dental Medicine
$135 for All Registrants
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