Reza Farshey, DMD COURSE CODE: 214E

Wednesday, April 18th – 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm – 3 CE CREDIT HOURS

Reza Farshey, DMD COURSE CODE: 214E
FEE: ADA/LIFE MEMBER: $125 NEW DENTIST: $125
RDH/STAFF: $100 NON-ADA MEMBER: $200 RESIDENT/STUDENT: FREE
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“A Revolution in Root Canal Therapy”

This presentation is graciously co-sponsored by
SONENDO

Over the past 50 years, endodontic treatment has become more efficient and predictable, partly due to advances in technology. This is an example of what is commonly referred to as incremental innovation, when newer technology is introduced to improve aspects of an existing product or technique. The Gentle Wave technology is radically different. This technology is significantly more effective than conventional endodontic treatment in certain cases, including re-treatments, treatment of teeth with complex anatomies, and teeth with varying degrees of cracks.

This lecture is an introduction to this disruptive technology. A comprehensive description of the technology, along with the science behind the technology will be discussed. The second half of this lecture consists of clinical cases with a 12 month recall period, highlighting some of the benefits of this technology.

Course Objectives:
1. Understanding the limitations present with current irrigation protocols during RCT
2. The benefit of activating solutions to enhance irrigations
3. Basic understanding of the Gentle Wave technique

Reza Farshey, DMD
Dr. Reza Farshey received his Bachelors degree in Physics in 1994 from McGill University. He then moved to Boston to study dentistry, and received his dental degree from Tufts University in 1998. After completing a one-year general practice residency at Berkshire Medical Center, he went on to maintain a successful restorative practice for the next seven years. He was also active in academics as a clinical instructor in the Department of Restorative Dentistry at Tufts University during the same time. In 2005, Dr. Farshey ended in tenure as a general dentist to further pursue his interest in endodontics. He completed his endodontic specialty training at Boston University in 2007, and has been practicing in the Washington metropolitan area since.

Dr. Farshey is a Diplomate of the American Board of Endodontics and is a dental consultant to a number of dental manufacturers. He lectures nationally on topics related to the field of endodontics.

Dr. Farshey has authored two chapters in the textbook, “Current Therapy in Endodontics”. He has also co-authored an article for the journal, Premium Practice Dentistry, entitled, “Endodontics Diagnosis: The Third Dimension”.

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