Resorption appears to be common and growing phenomenon within our daily practices. Surgical resorption repair is one aspect of management that can provide a tremendous benefit to our patients. With proper case selection, these procedures can be relatively straight-forward, and should be a part of every endodontists' skill set.
- Identify Cases Suitable for Surgical Resorption Repair
- Discuss Clinical Technique, Tips, and Armamentarium
- Show a short cases series with recalls (successes & failures)
Dr. Richard Raymond hails from the far-reaches of northern Maine/Canada and attended Colby College, the Harvard School of Dental Medicine, completed his endodontic residency at the Nova Southeastern University College of Dental Medicine in 2011, and earned is board-certification shortly thereafter (which he loves to flaunt every chance he gets). He has maintained a solo private practice in Atlanta, GA since 2016. He remains heavily involved in numerous study clubs and organized dentistry through the Georgia Dental Association and the Hinman Dental Society. He loves learning about all aspects of dentistry and has attended numerous conferences at TDO, IAE, NJAE, Spear, Pankey, and the Restorative Academy. In his free time, he can be found reading, skiing, working out, spending time with family, and lurking on TDO Chat.