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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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Root Canals on Monkeys! Is That Really a Thing? – Ep. 15

This episode of Endo Voices features an engaging clinical practitioner showcasing her wild side with … animal endodontics! Dr. Kimberly Lindquist, Diplomate of the AAE and past Board member shares her experience in the world of animal endodontics. We start with the introduction to the world of treating a rare breed of monkey. She highlights…

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Bioceramics Within Endodontics: How Far Have We Come? – Ep. 14

This episode of Endo Voices features an engaging clinical researcher showcasing bioceramics use within endodontics. Dr. Meetu Kohli, clinical associate professor at University of Pennsylvania and director of the Continuing Education & International Scholar Program, passionately discusses the evolution of bioceramic materials over time through a timetable of precision and compelling evidence. Since the introduction…

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Building Referrals through Social Media & Technology – Ep. 13

Endo Voices is back for “Season 2” with Drs. Sonia Chopra and Craig Anderson, social media giants within the field of endodontics! This episode is set against the backdrop of what very well may be the future of shared information. Distance learning through online and social media platforms continues to experience widespread acceptance as the world comes…

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COVID-19: What Will Recovery Look Like for Endodontic Practices? – Ep. 12

Episode 12 is a special release of the audio from one of the AAE’s recent COVID-19 webinars, “What Will Recovery Look Like for Endodontic Practices?” presented by Dr. Roger P. Levin. Given the ever-evolving circumstances surrounding COVID-19 and its implications for the endodontic profession, we wanted to leverage Endo Voices as another outlet through which…

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COVID-19: A Conversation with the ADA President, Dr. Chad Gehani – Ep. 11

Episode 11 of Endo Voices talks to American Dental Association President Dr. Chad Gehani about the ADA’s response to the COVID-19 crisis, the current priorities, and Dr. Gehani’s advice to endodontists during this challenging time. This episode covers the CARES Act, PPE, infection control, student debt relief, ADA’s Return to Work Interim Guidance Toolkit, and other…

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Dynamic Guidance and Lasers: Navigating Endodontics into the Future? – Ep. 10

Imagine practicing in a clinical setting where the bane of an endodontist’s existence — access designs cut into calcified teeth — are met with precision and accuracy on a consistent basis, thanks to a target-like graphic of the drilling path for MIE (minimally invasive endodontics) access displayed on a monitor – all in real time!…

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Leadership Matters – Ep. 09

In Episode 9 of Endo Voices, we sit down with certified life coach Dr. Joel Small — who also happens to be a retired endodontist — and discuss leadership and “quality of life” ideals. This podcast episode does not center around modern clinical treatments or new technological advances within endodontics; however, the information shared is…

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RegEndo: ‘Evidenced-Based Pulp Fiction’ – Ep. 08

We sit down with pulp cell biology expert Dr. George Huang for the engaging story of his early work on dental stem cells, when he began establishing a reputation as a leader — moreover a pioneer — in the new field of “regenerative endodontics”. His team was the first to show that dental stem cells…

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