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Asean endodontic forum starts Sunday

The Endodontic Society of the Philippines (ESP) is playing host to the first Asean Endodontic Forum (AEF), which will be held in the Unilab Bayanihan Hall on Pioneer Street, Mandaluyong City, on July 14 and 15.

Dr. Isabel Campos-Bustos, ESP president, said the group invited 10 of the best specialists to speak at the forum.

Dr. Bernard Iskandar of Indonesia will speak on “Reducing the Number of Microorganisms in Endodontic Treatment,” while Dr. Christopher Glass of the United States will speak on “Biologic Considerations in Endodontics.”

Dr. Dian Wahjuningrum of Indonesia will discuss “Contemporary Management of Biofilms to Achieve Successful Endodontics”; Prof. Edmund Choi of Hong Kong will speak on “Lasers and its Clinical Uses in Endodontics”; Dr. Alexander Moule of Kuwait will tackle “Endodontic Management of Traumatized Anterior Teeth.”

Dr. James Sagawa of the United States will talk on “TMD and the Cracked Tooth Syndrome,” Dr. Ece Eden of Turkey on “Endodontic Considerations in Young Trauma Patients,” Dr. Piyanee Panitvisai of Thailand on “Endodontic Retreatment–Case Selection and Techniques,” Dr. Edmond Chow of the United States on “Retreatment in the Era Implants and Debunking the Focal of Infection Theory,” and Dr. Jeeraphat Jantarat of Thailand on “Regenerative Endodontics: Where Do We Go from Here?”

For more details of the program and registration, access www.endodonticssociety.ph/AEF2013; or call Dr. Jo Nepomuceno at 8991263 and 0917-8312412 or e-mail at jo_nepo@yahoo.com; and Dr. Nestor Pagulayan at 8963478 and 0917-6312699.

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