Saving Teeth: A Periodontist Perspective – Ep. 27
In this episode of Endo Voices, Dr. Scott H. Froum, Board certified periodontist and clinical associate professor at SUNY Stony Brook School of Dental Medicine, talks to us about the importance of saving teeth! He hits on effective communication between interdisciplinary colleagues and touches on the updates amongst classic and current endo-perio literature and diagnoses. In this podcast we will also hear Dr. Froum discuss his role as an influencer within Dental Economics and the new paradigm shift around saving teeth and his latest research publications. He eagerly shares his acclaim for the AAE and its “Worth Saving” public facing campaign. Get excited about capturing the value of listening to patient preferences, incorporating “lean dentistry” and new advances in technologies to save teeth!
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