Endodontic Microsurgery must be performed with two goals.
Endodontic Microsurgery must be performed with two goals:
- to stop bacterial percolation between root canal space and the periodontium;
- and to regenerate the already lost periodontal tissues.
Enrique Martinez Merino will address both goals.
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Dr. Enrique Merino received his MD in 1980 from Santander University and his DDS in 1982 form Oviedo University in Spain.
He took the CEC in Endodontics at Boston University, Massachusetts between 1988-1991.
He received his Master of Periodontics after two full time training years (1992-1994) at the Complutense University in Madrid, Spain.
International speaker on Endodontics, Periodontics and Implantology: USA, Canada, Australia, Germany, UK, Italy, France, Ireland, Switzerland, Croatia, Sweden, Portugal, Mexico, Colombia, Brasil, Bolivia, Peru, India.
Associate Professor of Endodontics European University of Madrid and International University of Barcelona.
Author of the book Endodontic Microsurgery (Quintessence Publishing) 2009.
Author of the chapter Relaciones Periodoncia- Endodoncia of the book of the Sociedad Española de Periodoncia y Osteointegración Manual de Periodoncia y Terapéutica de Implantes 2005.
Member of the editorial board of ENDO.
Founder and Director of the European Institute of Microscopic Odontology (INEOM).
Member of the Spanish, American and Italian Endodontic Society, Spanish Society of Periodontology, Implantology and Academy of Osseointegration.
Practice limited to Endodontics, Periodontics and Implantology in Leon, Spain.
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