Cracking The Cracked Tooth Code: Detection And Treatment Of Various Longitudinal Fractures

AEEDC Webinars

June 15,2020 - 15:30 PM - 16:30

Topic Description :

Cracking the Cracked Tooth Code: Detection and Treatment of Various Longitudinal Fractures

Abstract:

Root cracks and fractures can be two of the most frustrating aspects of endodontic and restorative dentistry. Cracked teeth are a common finding in dental practice but the diagnosis can be difficult because of the vague nature of its signs and symptoms. Studies show that the range of treatment for cracked teeth can vary from conservative restorative treatment to extraction and replacement with an implant or bridge. The goal of this presentation is to help the dentist better understand the complexities of diagnosing and treating the cracked tooth.

Learning Objectives:

  • Classify the five types of cracked teeth
  • Explain why cracked teeth are hard to diagnose
  • Know the steps of crack detection and confirmation
  • Know how to treat cracked teeth appropriately
  • Know how to prevent vertical root fractures

Speaker :

John J. Young

Dr. John J. Young Jr.

DDS, Member, American Dental Association, GNYDM Committee Fellow, Private Practise – USA

Bio:

EDUCATION

  • 1981, New York University, College of Arts and Science, New York, NY
  • BA, History
  • 1986, New York University, College of Dentistry, New York, NY
  • DDS
  • 1987, Staten Island University Hospital, Staten Island, NY
  • Certificate, General Practice Residency

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS
American Dental Association, New York State Dental Association, New York County Dental Society, Academy of General Dentistry, New York Academy of Dentistry, Xi Psi Phi Fraternity, American College of Dentists, Omicron Kappa Upsilon, International College of Dentists and Pierre Fauchard Academy.
HONORS AND AWARDS

  • Omicron Kappa Upsilon, 1986
  • Quintessence Award for Clinical Achievement in Restorative 
  • Dentistry, 1986
  • Best Treasurer, Xi Psi Phi Fraternity, 1985 and 1986
  • Bronze Certificate for Completing 1000 Hours of Continuing                          
  • Education, Dental Society of the State of New York, 2003
  • Fellow, Academy of General Dentistry, 1995
  • Fellow, New York Academy of Dentistry, 1996
  • Fellow, Long Island Academy of Odontology, 2000
  • Fellow, American College of Dentists, 2005
  • Fellow, International College of Dentists, 2009
  • Fellow, Pierre Fauchard Academy, 2009

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