Tag Archive: medically compromised

Endodontic Management of the coagulopathy patient

August 21, 2015 7:07 am Published by

Coagulopathy is an increasingly common problem as the population is aging and the incidance of anticoagulants are are increasing. In this video, Dr. Nasseh interviews Dr. Sung Woo Kang, post doctoral endodotnic resident at Harvard Endo program regarding these issues and best practices for endodontic management of patients with coagulation problems.…

Endodontic Management of the Pregnant Patient

July 31, 2015 7:00 am Published by

Pregnant patients are generally anxious about any invasive treatment and this is for a good reason. Generally, elective treatment should be revised and postponed during the first and third trimester o...

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Endodontic Management of the Cancer Patient

July 24, 2015 12:41 pm Published by

With an aging population and a higher prevalence of cancer among the general population, endodontists have to be familiar with the special considerations for successful managemetn and treatment of such patients. In this video interview, Dr. Ian Grayson, Post Doctoral Fellow at Harvard School of Dental Medicine Post-Doctoral Endodontics program reviews and discusses important considerations for managment of patients who have cancer and are at various stages of treatment and its relevance on the endodontic care.…

Basic endodontic diagnosis: Dr. Jerry Cymerman

April 16, 2015 5:32 pm Published by

Endodontic diagnosis is the art of gathering information from a patient with a chief complaint with the goal of duplicating this complaint clinically. This information is then used to find patterns an...

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Case Report: Dr. Bernard Friedland Interview

September 22, 2014 12:35 am Published by

Proper diagnosis not merely looking at a radiograph and deciding if a case requires root canal therapy or not. While the majority of time this practice may result in the correct diagnosis, rushing to judgment based on the radiograph alone can occasionally cause misdiagnosis and worse yet, rendering the wrong treatment. In this case report with Dr. Bernard Friedland, Dr. Nasseh reviews a special case of treating a tooth endodontically based on the radiograph alone.…