Regenerative Potential of Carious Lesions – A Literature Review

It seems increasingly I have been approached by both patients and dental colleagues and asked to give an opinion regarding some aspect of regenerative dentistry; from regrowing pulp and dentin to 3D printing or growing a whole new tooth for the purpose of intention replantation.  This trending prevalence can be attributed directly to the increase …

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On April 25, 2018, posted in: News for Doctors by

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Perio-Endo: A Case Presentation

 

Dr, Jason Conn, DMD, CAGS, FRCD(C)

About Dr. Jason Conn, DMD, CAGS, FRCD(C)
Langley EndodonticsDr. Conn was born and raised in Langley. He completed a Bachelors in Chemistry at Simon Fraser University before receiving his DMD and Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study in Endodontics at Boston University where he wrote a …

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On February 14, 2018, posted in: News for Doctors by

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Spotting Canals

Dr. Conn discusses tips for a successful root canal treatment with the use of two-dimensional radiographs.
 

 
About Dr. Jason Conn, DMD, CAGS, FRCD(C)
Langley EndodonticsDr. Conn was born and raised in Langley. He completed a Bachelors in Chemistry at Simon Fraser University before receiving his DMD and Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study …

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On December 6, 2017, posted in: News for Doctors by

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More Good Than Harm

The antibiotic class of drug has had a profound impact on the treatment and prevention of dental infections.  They have been so effective, cheap and readily available that last year there were five prescriptions written for every six people in the United States.  Canada ranked even higher in our disbursement with 23 million prescriptions …

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On October 23, 2017, posted in: News for Doctors by

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Vital Pulp Therapy

Dr. Jason Conn discusses Vital Pulp Therapy in a case presentation on a nine year-old male patient . This treatment offers many advantages.
 

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On June 28, 2017, posted in: News for Doctors by

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Cervical Resorption 2

Dr. Jason Conn Part 2 Video on Cervical Resorption.
Diagnosis: Cervical resorption with sulcular communication, asymptomatic irreversible pulpitis.

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On April 10, 2017, posted in: News for Doctors by

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Cervical Resorption

Dr. Jason Conn discusses a case study in a video.

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On February 8, 2017, posted in: News for Doctors by

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Asymptomatic Menace

Returning from an endodontic symposium last month, there was a lot of talk around external cervical resorption (ECR) and its management. The etiology and predisposing factors still remain partly shrouded which tends to confound many of us as clinicians in the realm of diagnosis and treatment. Shannon Patel et al. (J Endod 2009;35:616-625) did an …

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On November 21, 2016, posted in: News for Doctors by

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Tips & Tricks – Access

As we celebrate Canadian New Year’s (Labour day) by heading back to school, I was reminded by my UBC students about the intricacies of access cavity preparation. While textbooks teach the generalized shape of preparations and roughly how many canals we should be looking for, a very common question I will encounter is, “So what …

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On September 20, 2016, posted in: News for Doctors by

A New Look at a Classical Treatment Option

There are many instances when a vertical root fracture dictates a hopeless prognosis resulting in extraction, but this need not always be the case.  Though less popular and less aggressively pursued in the age of implants, root amputations can still serve as an effective treatment option.  This option can be used to ‘transition’ a patient …

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On July 25, 2016, posted in: News for Doctors by