Dale Jung, DDS
Victorville, CA, USA
Saturday, June 30, 2018
International Academy of Endodontics, Annual Meeting
The Scottsdale Princess Resort
Scottsdale, Arizona, USA
“Class II Restorations: Tackling the Challenging Cases"
The Class II restoration is one of the most challenging restorations to perform well in operative dentistry. In endodontics, we are often presented with cases for endodontic treatment due to interproximal caries and/or an inadequate or failing Class II restoration. When faced with these situations, one primary goal is to provide a remedy for the urgent issues (e.g. pain, infection), but equally important is to provide a better long-term outcome for the patient by addressing the etiology. The placement of a direct restoration following completion of endodontic treatment can accomplish this by restoring the full function and esthetics of the dentition.
Class II Restorations
- Identify the common reasons for proximal caries
- Identify challenging restorative situations
- Manage these difficult restorative situations predictably
About the Presenter:
Dr. Jung graduated from UCLA School of Dentistry and received his specialty certificate in endodontics from New York University College of Dentistry. Dr. Jung has been a practicing endodontist since 2005 and currently maintains a private practice in Victorville, California.