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Strategies to Improve Long Term Endodontic
Outcomes with Contemporary Methods
Speaker: Daniel J. Boehne, DDS
Date: September 20, 2022
Registration & Payments are Online: https://ebusiness.ada.org/meetings/MeetingPo3.aspx?ID=102441&PO3ORGAPICODE=TXCAD202105S166
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RSVP & Cancellation deadline is Thursday September 15.
Lecture Course * 2 Hours CE Credit
Time: FREE Happy Hour: 5:30pm – 6:30pm * Meeting starts at 6:30pm
Location: Austin Country Club - 4408 Long Champ Dr, Austin 78746
Cost: $60 CADS member dentist/$70 guest of member/$100 nonmember dentist
The purpose of root canal therapy is to remove bacteria from the root canal systems of teeth and prevent reinfection. Although the purpose of root canal therapy has not changed, the means by which we are able to accomplish this has seen revolutionary change. The goal of this lecture is to understand why root canals fail and offer minimally invasive strategies for long-term success. The second part of the lecture discusses the misdiagnosis of vertical root fractures.
- To understand the purpose of root canal therapy
- To understand the challenges of root canal therapy
- To learn strategies to address these challenges
- To properly diagnose vertical root fractures
Daniel J. Boehne, DDS
Dr. Boehne is a Board Certified Endodontist who initially practiced general dentistry in South Orange County for several years. This is where he gained valuable experience in comprehensive restorative dentistry as well as endodontics. He taught endodontics at the UCLA School of Dentistry during this time. Then he completed two additional years of post-doctoral specialty training in endodontics at the VA hospital in Long Beach. He has been in private practice limited to endodontics ever since.
Dr. Boehne is a part-time lecturer and clinical instructor at the UCLA School of Dentistry. He also teaches and maintains hospital privileges at the VA hospital in Long Beach. He is the co-creator of Endodontic Technique, the instructional video that is the endodontic foundation for dental students at UCLA. Dr. Boehne’s clinical cases have been featured in multiple endodontic textbooks, and he is the co-author of the Endodontics chapter in Wiley’s Best Practices in Dentistry: Avoiding and Treating Complications. His research interest is the restoration of endodontically treated teeth with a focus on dentin bonding following endodontic therapy.
Prior to his career in dentistry, Dr. Boehne earned international recognition as a surfboard shaper and designer. He has been featured in articles in Surfing, Surfer, and Transworld Surf magazines. His surfboards are still distributed across the United States and internationally to Tahiti, Japan, Taiwan, Italy, and France.