Aired on Wednesday, Feb. 7th
Debridement and disinfection of the root canal system is of paramount importance in order to achieve the biologic imperative of root canal treatment; that being to eliminate and/or prevent apical periodontitis. Once the smear layer and biofilm is removed, the root canal system must be obturated in three dimensions to prevent leakage then subsequently restored to bring the tooth back into normal function.
Gary received his DDS from the University of Toronto, Faculty of Dentistry in 1984 and was awarded the James B. Willmott Scholarship, the Mosby Scholarship and the George Hare Endodontic Scholarship for proficiency in Endodontics.
A graduate of the Endodontology Program at Temple University in 1987, he received the Louis I. Grossman Study Club Award for academic and clinical proficiency in Endodontics.
The author of numerous publications, Dr. Glassman lectures globally on endodontics, is on staff at the University of Toronto, Faculty of Dentistry in the graduate department of endodontics, and is an Adjunct Professor of Dentistry and Director of Endodontic Programming for the University of Technology, Kingston, Jamaica.
Kerr Endodontics mission is to advance the specialty and improve oral health through a commitment to research, professional education, product and service innovations. Kerr gives all dentists a clear picture of everything that’s needed to do a successful, modern endodontics procedure.
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