Richard Young, DDS

Richard Young, DDS
Assistant Professor
Loma Linda University
Loma Linda, California, USA
International Academy of Endodontics Annual Meeting
Short Essay Program
Saturday, March 4, 2023
Extreme Bonding
Extreme Bonding: Tooth structure is our most valuable restorative material. Saving it whenever possible is the best form of restorative treatment.
Major topics: Discuss Protocols for fragment replacement of fractured teeth before Endodontic treatment.
Learning Objectives:
  1.  Learn the best bonding materials for fragment replacement
  2.  Learn why it is so important to place the fragments back first.
  3.  Learn the bonding steps for fragment replacement.
Assistant Professor of General Dentistry at Loma Linda University Dental School
Co-direct the D4 & IDP Esthetics program at LLUSD
Member of the Society for Color and Appearance in Dentistry
Member of the AACD
Member of the ADA, CDA, TCDS
Dr. Richard Young received his dental training at Loma Linda University School of Dentistry in 1985. He is an Assistant Professor of General Dentistry at LLUSD where he lectures for and co-directs the D4 esthetics program. Dr. Young was a very early adopter of advanced adhesion techniques in dentistry and has acquired a wealth of knowledge and clinical experience in minimally invasive dentistry. He has also used photography in his practice for 37 years. He is known for his expertise in digital photography and has inspired countless colleagues to adopt digital photography in their practices. He lectures and gives hands-on workshops internationally on both advanced adhesive dentistry (often referred to now as “Biomimetic), Bioclear Matrix techniques, and digital photography. Dr. Young maintains a private practice with his wife focusing on esthetic and minimally invasive dentistry. He has many interests outside of dentistry and spends as much time as possible with his family enjoying activities centered around the outdoors.