Neurovascular Injuries in Endodontics – Ep. 38
Drs. Paul Cruci and Allen Gaon give a shocking update on paraesthesia, aguesia and other neurovascular Injuries. They provide advice and best practices to avoid iatrogenic traumas to aid recent graduates and seasoned clinicians alike. This episode offers electrifying discussion and synapses on effective treatment plan methodologies and clinical management of moderate and high-risk cases. What are the management protocols and legal implications when nerve injuries occur? How does imaging influence decision making? What are the recommendations for risk assessment and proper navigation of consent forms? With thoughtful consideration, understanding and experience, Drs. Cruci and Gaon give listeners a taste of their new tier grading system to evaluate the risk of nerve injury associated with endodontic treatment. This informative conversation flows likes a myelinated neuron. Get energized about nerve safety and listen today!
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