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Anterior Endodontics for the General Practitioner

Allan Deutsch, DMD

, Release date: Monday, February 25, 2013, Expiration date: Thursday, February 25, 2016

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Fill to the radiographic apex? Okay to be long? Better to be short? One visit? Two visits? Are non-vital teeth treated differently than vital teeth?

Dr. Allan Deutsch examines these everyday issues and presents current thinking, supported by recent clinical and basic research advancements in endodontic treatment that makes one-visit anterior endodontic therapy practical. Point-by-point, step-by-step, Dr. Deutsch discusses canal morphology, instrumentation, irrigation and obturation with the goal of improving clinical success rates while performing one-visit endodontic treatment. 

Whether you are a skillful, experienced clinician or in your early years of practice, there is much to learn. This lecture highlights advancements in faster and more accurate access.  It teaches the best methods to cleanse and instrument canals in an efficient and safe manner. Dr. Deutsch teaches how to minimize iatrogenic mistakes and avoid instrument breakage.  An acclaimed teacher, Dr. Deutsch demonstrates how to perform predictable canal obturation that seals three dimensionally without complications while exploring the difficulties that arise from using a thermoplastic technique. 
 
Upon completion of this lecture the Learner will become familiar with techniques and philosophies that increase clinical success rate when performing one-visit endodontic therapy.
 
Course Objectives:  
Learners taking this module will:
  • Understand the difference between rotation and reciprocation in regards to instrumentation efficiency, cleaning and breakage
  • Learn to lean and shape canals without distortion and instrument breakage
  • Learn the concept of “straight line access” and why it is so important
  • Understand the time line and differences for irrigation of the root canal for vital and non-vital cases
  • Learn how to quickly and easily “fit” a gutta-percha cone
  • Learn techniques for placing three-dimensional fills in minutes
  • Retain accurate placement of the prefitted gutta-percha point in the canal
  • Learn techniques that permit, in most cases, one-visit endodontics
 

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Allan Deutsch, DMD

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  • Tufts University Dental School, D.M.D. 1973 
  • General Dental Internship, French and Polyclinic Hospital, 1973-1974
  • Columbia University School of Dental Medicine, Endodontic specialty  
  • Assistant Clinical Professor of endodontics at Columbia School of     Dental medicine (present)
  • Co-founder of HODEC (Hands-On Dental Education Center). A tri- state hands-on training center serving general dentists and endodontists to upgrade and sharpen their skills. 
  • Executive Vice President, Co-Director of Dental Research, and Co-Founder of Essential Dental Systems (EDS), a dental products manufacturing company located in South Hackensack, NJ. 

Dr. Allan Deutsch’s dynamic speaking style and ability to direct dentists to the very heart of stress free techniques is what sets him apart from other lecturers.  Dr. Deutsch introduces a logic and common sense that is undeniable. He has co-authored over 250 clinical and research articles in peer-reviewed journals and holds 19 patents for co-inventing revolutionary Endodontic Obturation, Instrumentation, Post and Composite Systems as well as Laser tips.  Dr. Deutsch is co-founder of the largest endodontic practice in Manhattan.  Utilizing 35 plus years of clinical and research experience, Dr. Deutsch is one the top authorities in endodontics. He is currently an assistant clinical professor of endodontics at Columbia University in New York City.

Dr. Deutsch attended Tufts University Dental School, receiving his D.M.D. in 1973 and completed his post-graduate studies with an internship at the French and Polyclinic Hospital (1973-1974) and endodontic specialty program (1974-1976) at Columbia University School of Dental Medicine. Dr. Deutsch is a member of many professional associations including the American Dental Association, the American Association of Endodontists, the Academy of General Dentistry, the Sigma Xi Research Society, the Alpha Omega Dental Fraternity, and the American Society of Lasers and Advanced Technologies in Dentistry. He is a fellow of the American College of Dentistry (FACD). He is also assistant clinical professor of endodontics at Columbia School of Dental Medicine.
 
Dr. Deutsch is co-founder of the tri-state area's HODEC (Hands-On Dental Education Center), which is a hands-on training center serving general dentists and endodontists to upgrade and sharpen their skills. He is the Executive Vice President, Co-Director of Dental Research, and Co-Founder of Essential Dental Systems (EDS), a dental products manufacturing company located in South Hackensack, NJ. Essential Dental Systems sales to about 51 countries, from the United States, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East for over 27 years. The company's roots stem from the desire for product improvements to the items of focus in Dr. Deutsch's lectures and daily practice. After much research and development, the patented Flexi-Post and Ti-Core were produced to meet his needs and today are the number one post and core build-up in the United States and Canada. Dr. Deutsch is also the co-developer of the EZ-Fill bi-directional spiral, obturation system.
 
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