Jean-Yves G. Cochet, D.D.S.
Dr. Cochet is a visiting professor of the postgraduate program of endodontics at Nova Southeastern University College of Dental Medicine in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. He served as a clinical assistant professor of the postgraduate program of endodontics at the University of Paris VII from 1986 to 1990.
He earned his D.D.S. degree and received his endodontic training from the University of Paris VII in 1984 and 1990, respectively.
Dr. Cochet is a past president of the French Endodontic Society (1998-2000) and has made numerous international presentations on endodontics, traumatology, and endodontic surgery.
153 Bd Haussmann
Sinus Pathology Endodontic considerations in : Non surgical and surgical approaches
Topic: Endodontic SurgeryLearning Objectives:
1. Explain sinus pathology and the process of selecting conventional versus surgical endodontic treatment
2. Describe how to read and interpret CBCT or CT scans and understand its applications for diagnosis, treatment and case selection of sinus pathology treatment
3. Explain endodontic therapy objectives, to determine a the rational treatment
Endodontic pathology can induce sinus diseases because of the anatomic situation.
Classical sinusitis, pain, otolaryngological pathologies are the most common side effects.
Proper investigation procedures followed by a faithfull diagnosis will enable effective treatment to be administered.
The Endodontic or surgical approach (endodontic surgery) should be performed according to the latest radiological, biochemical and clinical studies on tissue regeneration.
It is important to understand the clinical evaluation and specific investigation (CBCT or CT scann) for determining the precise diagnosis and rational treatment, and modulate the clinical approach depending on the size of the Endodontic lesion, the extension of the sinus disease and the anatomical considerations.
The relationship between the ENT physician and endodontist is also very important and will be discussed.