Resorption – Etiology, Diagnosis and Management

Taught By:

Manish Garala

Course Date:

Thursday, May 13, 2021

Location:

On Site Training

Rating:

5.0 (14 ratings)
Registration Cost:

$250.00

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Resorption – Etiology, Diagnosis and Management

Course Details:

2 hours of CE Credits
Thursday May 13th at 6pm

What You Will Learn

Help your patients retain their natural teeth!

This course will be about tooth and root resorption, which is an inflammatory process that causes loss of tooth and root structure without the presence of dental caries. Modern day patients are now, more than ever, less willing to lose their teeth, unless absolutely necessary. When resorption is inaccurately diagnosed, left untreated or improperly treated, it creates a significant risk for teeth becoming non-restorable and requiring extraction.

This one-of-a-kind course in Houston, will present evidence based information related to etiology, diagnosis, classification and clinical management. A review of clinical cases performed in the last 5-8 years will highlight the importance of specialist collaboration for optimal results.

Many dentists are relying on outdated information and a limited understanding of resorption, which is insufficient  to educate patients on treatment options. By  understanding the correct diagnosis and management of this condition, Dentists, Hygienists and Specialist Dentists can help patients find the most appropriate and most conservative solutions when this problem is encountered.


Have you seen these irregularities on radiographs or CBCT scans taken on your patients?

Would you like to know more about what treatment options there may be versus extraction?


Could your patient’s benefit from these treatment options for resorption management?


Watch the Live Interview with Manish Garala BDS MS and Kenneth S. Serota, DDS, MMSC

Cancellation Policy:

We understand situations arise in which you may need to cancel a course. Course cancellations must be made at least 30 days before the course to receive a full refund; otherwise, a 50% credit will be given for a future IHDS course.

Who Should Attend:

Dentists, Hygienists, and Specialty Dentists that care about being informed about this condition and helping patients find solutions for this problem with the correct diagnosis and management.

Presenter(s):

Manish Garala

Manish Garala

B.D.S., M.S.

Manish Garala received his dental degree in 1996 from Turner Dental School, University of Manchester, England. Between 1996 and 1999, he successfully completed his Vocational and General Dental Practitioner Degrees at Hope Dental Practice, Manchester, England. During this time, he developed a strong passion for endodontics, which led him to pursue a career as an endodontic specialist. He completed his Postgraduate Degree in Endodontics at Nova Southeastern University, Florida in 2002, with a Master of Science in Education.

Dr. Garala has been in private practice in Houston, Texas, since 2002, and is an Adjunct Assistant Professor at Nova Southeastern University College of Dental Medicine, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. He is a committee member for the Greater Houston Dental Society and the AAE, and serves on the Advisory Council on Endodontics for Kerr Endodontics. He has achieved the status of Diplomate in Endodontics, following successful completion of examinations from the American Board of Endodontics. Dr. Garala also maintains specialist list credentials for the specialty of Endodontics in Europe as well as memberships with the AAE, ADA, TDA, GHDS, and the International Federation of Endodontic Associations.

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