The objectives of the course are to teach therapies in order to successfully treat these challenging cases by regenerating functional pulpal tissue utilizing protocols referred to as regenerative endodontic procedures.
The management of immature permanent teeth with pulpal necrosis is challenging as the root canal system is often difficult to debride and thin walls are at an increased risk of a subsequent cervical fracture. This results in a restorative problem since implants are generally contraindicated in young patients with a growing craniofacial skeleton.
Regenerative endodontic therapy provides an alternative treatment approach that builds on the principles of regenerative medicine and tissue engineering.
About Dr. Nima Dayani:
Dr. Nima Dayani has practiced endodontics for the past 17 years. He has served the New York City area from his practice, EOI – NYC, located in Midtown Manhattan. See his full biography.