Pulpdent Web site features case studies
Case studies derived from Save That Tooth, a book by Pulpdent founder Dr. Harold Berk.
Jun 10th, 2010
WATERTOWN, Massachusetts--Pulpdent 's Web site includes case studies from Save That Tooth, a book by Pulpdent founder Dr. Harold Berk. The excerpts describe evidence-based, research-supported techniques for treating the vital pulp and the pulpless tooth. Case studies on the site include “Congenital Defect, Youngest Pulpotomy Case Ever Reported” (Baby Gilbert), “Traumatic Injury” (Johnny the Newspaper Boy), and “Ectopic Eruption of a Dilacerated Central Incisor” (Kirk).Berk practiced dentistry for almost 65 years and taught on the faculty of Tufts University School of Dental Medicine from 1946 to 2005. Save That Tooth contains his clinical memoirs and chronicles the original research in vital pulp therapy and root canal therapy, the techniques he pioneered, and some of the fascinating and often complicated cases that were routinely treated by educators and dental practitioners.For more information, call (800) 343-4342 or visit www.pulpdent.com.To read more about Pulpdent, go to Pulpdent.To comment on this topic, go to community.pennwelldentalgroup.com/.