Endo Voices

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Episodes of Endo Voices

In the latest episode of Endo Voices, worlds collide when Dr. Marcus Johnson joins forces with Board-certified periodontist Dr. Scott H. Froum to discuss why teeth are “Worth Saving”. You won’t want to miss this dynamic duo and their enlighteni
“Crack the code” and dive into all things CDT with Board-certified endodontist and AAE coding representative extraordinaire Dr. Elizabeth Perry. Let her help you navigate the world of insurance advocacy with her expert know-how. You’re sure to
This episode shines a magnifying glass over the oft obscure topic of odontogenic sinusitis (ODS) and how it relates to maxillary sinusitis of endodontic origin (MSEO). Endodontist Dr. Roderick Tataryn and ENT Dr. John Craig team up to form a dy
Endo Voices expands our horizons in this series as we tap into the international endo community and discuss non-surgical retreatment and endodontic surgery with Dr. Paula Villa from Colombia and Dr. Luis Ferrandez from England.Episodes of Endo
As a follow-up to his riveting keynote presentation at AAE21, John Ondrasik sits down with Endo Voices to explore the roles that work, family and happiness play in your life. Listen in as he brings his personal journey as a musician and busines
Step into the endo-resto world with insights into the dynamics of restorative endodontics. We invite Drs. Dale Jung and Viraj Vora to discuss the importance of restorative dentistry knowledge in endodontics and review our guests’ own journeys a
This fascinating episode will be gainful – not painful – as we simplify the complex topic of pain management with the one-and-only Dr. Ken Hargreaves. Dive into what you didn’t know – or thought you knew -- about NSAIDs, acetaminophen and opioi
This special episode of Endo Voices dives into the critically important topic of increasing the diversity and inclusion, as well as enhancing the efficiency, of AAE’s Board, which has been proven possible through an effort known as the Board Tr
Trust us; this episode is all it’s “cracked up to be”! We bring together two endodontic powerhouses to discuss their area of expertise: cracked teeth. Join Drs. Keith Krell and Eric Rivera as they delve into the updated nomenclature of cracked
Staying relevant has never been more important, and it is always the right time to critically evaluate the evidence. You’ll learn how to properly assess research articles and what questions to ask to identify where the gaps in research exist. G
Past IADT President Dr. Nestor Cohenca and Dr. Fabricio Teixeira, chair of endodontics at the University of Iowa, delve into all things trauma in this in-depth discussion. New practices within regendo, bioceramics and other advanced technologie
Take control! Listen in as pioneering researcher Dr. Gianluca Gambarini demystifies the secrets to achieving greater patient outcomes and gaining masterful rotary file control. You will be invited to incorporate critical tips and strategies for
This episode of Endo Voices takes a trip into history – historic specimens, to be exact! University of Pennsylvania’s Dr. Marty Levin, a.k.a. a real-life Indiana Jones, helps us discover endodontics’ place in archaeology – and its role in solvi
How does treating our friends from the animal kingdom differ from treating human patients? Would you have the chops to do it? Find out as we talk with Dr. Kimberly Lindquist about the wild world of animal endodontics! We’ll discuss safety, clin
How much do you know about bioceramics? Allow us to take you on a journey through time, covering the pros and cons of various bioceramic materials on the market today, the real science of what is meant by the buzzwords “bio-compatibility" and "
In the era of COVID-19, it seems most every professional task now carries a digital or virtual component. The area of referral building is no exception! In this episode, we invite two endodontic influencers to discuss how leveraging social medi
Listen to a recording of one of AAE’s recent COVID-19 webinars, “What Will Recovery Look Like for Endodontic Practices?” Presenter Dr. Roger P. Levin addresses many concerns occupying the minds of endodontists right now. The question is no long
Episode 11 of Endo Voices talks to American Dental Association President Dr. Chad Gehani about the ADA’s response to the COVID-19 crisis, the current priorities, and Dr. Gehani’s advice to endodontists during this challenging time. This episode
April’s Endo Voices episode finds us journeying along into the future with endodontic technological pioneer Dr. Charles Maupin, discussing the disruptive world of dynamic guidance and lasers. This sci-fi-like segment promises to be out of this
How we lead is arguably just as important as what we teach, which is why we invited a retired endodontist-turned-certified-life-coach to deliver some lessons on leadership. Don’t miss Episode 9 of Endo Voices and find out why leadership matters
What will the next generation of endodontics (re)generate? Find out by listening in to an engaging conversation with regendo pioneer Dr. George Huang, who tackles the exciting arena of dental stem cells and discusses his early work as well as w
The phrase “less is more” is relevant to the area of dental trauma. University of Iowa Chair of Endodontics Dr. Fabricio Teixeira has uttered those words, expressing that sometimes it is best to “do less” when it comes to treating trauma cases.
Is GentleWave® the next big thing for endodontics, or just another fanciful disruptor gadget? We sit down with Dr. Ryan Facer to discuss his journey with the unique fluid delivery and control system, and why he won’t practice without it today.
Episode 5 of Endo Voices is all about image – CBCT image, that is. Dr. Bruno Azevedo, a.k.a., the “Conebeam Guy”, enlightens us on the pillars of imaging science, technological advancements and patient conversations. Get ready for a truly trans
Your patient has what you perceive to be an uneventful and good treatment experience in your office. You dismiss the patient exchanging pleasant salutations, only to find out two weeks later that same patient left you a “bad” review! In this po
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