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Non-Surgical Retreatment and Microscope Surgery: Clinical Dichotomy or Necessary Complement – Ep. 24

Evidenced-based enthusiasm fuels this episode’s conversation as Drs. Paula Vila and Luis Ferrandez help us unpack thoughts on non-surgical retreatment and endodontic surgery in determining the first treatment option following failed endodontic treatment. Microscope surgery, as more recent studies would suggest, increasingly produces favorable rates of success like those of non-surgical retreatment. Our guests candidly…

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WHAT IF: Harnessing Inspiration & Creativity to Design the World That You Want – Ep. 23

As a follow-up to his riveting keynote presentation at AAE21, John Ondrasik sits down with Endo Voices to explore the roles that work, family and happiness play in your life. Listen in as he brings his personal journey as a musician and business owner to life! Ondrasik is a successful singer-songwriter who has spent the…

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Restoring the Endodontically Treated Tooth: Endo Perspective – Ep. 22

In this episode of Endo Voices, we bring together private practitioners Dr. Dale Jung (NYU Endo alum) and Dr. Viraj Vora (Michigan Endo alum) to gain insight into the dynamics of restorative endodontics, moreover, full-service endodontic care. We discuss why it is important for endodontists to have knowledge about restorative dentistry and review key principles that…

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Odontogenic Pain Management: Updates, Strategies and Techniques – Ep. 21

Dr. Ken Hargreaves, prolific researcher, author, educator and endodontist takes us on a simplified journey of the complex subject of pain management. He invites the audience to open the gates to better understanding of pain processes, touching on pharmacology, anatomy and physiology along the way. Dr. Hargreaves frames the discussion against the backdrop of central…

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Moving Forward: AAE Leads with Board Transformation Initiative – Bonus Episode

This special episode of Endo Voices dives into the critically important topic of increasing the diversity and inclusion, as well as enhancing the efficiency, of AAE’s Board, which has been proven possible through an effort known as the Board Transformation Initiative. This plan is presented after a great deal of research and insight into high-performing…

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Longitudinally Cracked Up: Discussions on the Code of Cracked Teeth – Ep. 20

We bring together Dr. Keith Krell, immediate past president of the AAE, and Dr. Eric Rivera, past chair and grad director at UNC and Iowa, to illuminate the enigma of cracked teeth, including the role of the pandemic on this clinical presentation. It’s a common clinical situation: X-ray is void of any caries, no history of…

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Politics of Evaluating the Evidence and How to Read an Article – Ep. 19

In this episode, we strategically unpack the significance of research and how to read an article. Keeping up to date with research and best practices took on a new precedence as virtual learning re-positioned itself against the backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic! We welcome researching clinical endodontists, Dr. Anita Aminoshariae, past member of the ADA Council…

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Trauma Update 2020 – Ep. 18

Join us for an intersectional discussion of all things trauma with this update featuring past IADT President, Dr. Nestor Cohenca, and Dr. Fabricio Teixeira, chair of endodontics at the University of Iowa. We will hear about the most up to date findings on trauma, regeneration and guidelines from the World Congress on Dental Traumatology. This…

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Applied Sciences: The Rotary Files…What Have We Learned? – Ep. 17

In this podcast, we unpack the fascinating mind of Italian endodontic researcher and clinical practitioner, Dr. Gianluca Gambarini. Dr. Gambarini leads a discussion of applied sciences and metallurgy drawing parallels that are relevant and easy to understand. He shares information and data on the important factors one must consider when choosing proper instruments and rotary file…

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Indiana Jones and the Temple of Teeth! – Ep. 16

How does a trip to the museum become a journey to the cutting edge where archeology and endodontics meet? One minute you are admiring the latest exhibit at the Smithsonian only to find yourself working with a team of scientists studying the remains of America’s first settlers at Jamestown in the early 17th century! This podcast brings…

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