Introducing new CE Master Class on cracked teeth management: Interview with course instructor Dr. Marwan Abou-Rass
Dr. Chris Salierno interviews Dr. Marwan Abou-Rass on the epidemic of misdiagnosing and mistreating cracked teeth by general dentists. To address the epidemic, Dr. Abou-Rass has prepared a 13.5-credit CE course in conjunction with the Dental Academy of CE and its Master Class series.
WHEN IT COMES TO THE MANAGEMENT of cracked teeth problems, either with or without endodontic treatment, there is a global problem, according to Marwan Abou-Rass, DDS, MSD, PhD.
Dr. Abou-Rass, professor emeritus at the Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry at the University of Southern California, is one of the world's foremost experts in this area. He says there is a need for increased awareness of the problem, as well as an understanding of the best diagnosis and treatment options. This is true whether the dental professional is a general practitioner, dental specialist, or dental hygienist.
In this video interview, Dr. Abou-Rass talks with Chris Salierno, DDS, editor of Dental Economics, about the cracked-teeth management problem. Dr. Abou-Rass also discusses the new 13.5-credit CE course he designed to address the issue. The course is being offered in conjunction with the Dental Academy of CE and its new Master Class series.
Dentists may find Dr. Abou-Rass's course here: Best Practices in Cracked Teeth Management | Dental Academy of CE Master Class.