There is a new vision in dentistry that is gradually being recognized and referred as the endo-implant algorithm.
This presentation pretends to show why is necessary that the endodontist plays his role in considering whether a tooth can be saved or extracted.
An endodontist is in the unique position to evaluate when a tooth can predictably be endodontically treated; non-surgical or surgical root canal retreated. When the outcome ot the tooth is not favorable, extraction and replacement whit a dental implant would be the protocol to follow.
In considering treatment plan, it is imperative to provide the patient with all treatment options, as well as the financial cost and procedures associated with each treatment options. The endodontist with implantology training will be in a unique position to evaluate and treat these compromised cases in the best way, offering the full range of treatment options: endodontics, non surgical treatment, surgical treatment, atraumatic extraction, osseous transplant, immediate or delayed implant.
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Jose M. Hoyo, D.M.D., PC
Dr. Jose M. Hoyo is an Endodontist who has lectured on a domestic and international level. Dr. Hoyo graduated from the University of Puerto Rico School of Dentistry in 1984. He practiced General Dentistry in Puerto Rico for 8 years and in Spain for 2 years. He received his Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies in Endodontics from Boston University’s Henry M. Goldman School of Graduate Dentistry in 1994. He practices as a specialist in Endodontics and Implant dentistry in southeastern Massachusetts, with locations in Stoughton and Taunton. Dr. Hoyo is a member of the American Dental Association, The American Association of Endodontists, The Massachusetts Dental Society, and has a Fellowship with The International Congress of Oral Implantologists.
Dr. Hoyo is the founder of Northeastern Implant Seminars. His lectures typically include in-office surgical demonstrations of bone graft placement, sinus lift procedures and implant placement. He has advanced training in reading dental scans. In some cases, this becomes necessary for the proper treatment planning and positioning of dental implants. He has presented his lectures to Endodontists and General Dentists in the United States and Canada. He also serves as a consultant to Dentsply’s Ankylos and Xive Dental Implant Systems.
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