Invasive cervical resorption (ICR): A description, diagnosis and discussion of optional management - a review of four long-term cases
- Understand the etiology of ICR, and be able to make a more definitive diagnosis.
- Classify and locate the lesion with more accuracy.
- Place the lesion into the proper Heithersay classification.
- Create a more efficient clinical management plan.
- Treat ICR cases with more confidence, fewer “surprises”, and less stress.
- Make a better decision on whether to treat, or not to treat.
- Be aware of current technology available for more predictable results.
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John J. Stropko, DDS
Dr. John J. Stropko received his DDS from Indiana University in 1964 and practised restorative dentistry for 24 years. In 1989, he received a certificate for endodontics from Boston University. He recently retired from the private practice of endodontics in Scottsdale in Arizona, USA. Dr. Stropko is an internationally recognised authority on micro-endodontics. He has been a visiting clinical instructor at the Pacific Endodontic Research Foundation (PERF), an Adjunct Assistant Professor at Boston University, an Assistant Professor of graduate Clinical Endodontics at Loma Linda University, and an instructor of Microsurgery in the Endodontic Faculty at the Scottsdale Center for Dentistry.
His research on in vivo root canal morphology has been published in the Journal of Endodontics. He is the inventor of the Stropko Irrigator, has published in several journals and textbooks, and is an internationally known speaker. Dr. Stropko has performed numerous live micro-endodontic and micro-surgical demonstrations. He is the co-founder of Clinical Endodontic Seminars. He can be contacted at email@example.com.
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