Dr. Saul Pressner, ABD President, to Lecture at Penn Dental School – January 10, 2018

Dentists and dental students are invited to join Dr. Saul Pressner, the president of the Academy of Biomimetic Dentistry, for a free lecture on restorative dentistry at Penn Dental School on Wednesday January 10, 2018.

The topic: Diagnosis and Treatment of Dental Cracks Using Biomimetic Protocols

Lecture Overview

Dr. Pressner’s 1-hour lecture will focus on the diagnosis and treatment of fractures of then dentin and tooth enamel using Biomimetic protocols. Specifically, the students will learn how to treat fractures in a tooth conserving manner that prevents the need for full coverage and endodontics.

Lecture Objectives

At the end of the session, students will have a better understanding of:

  • The history of treating cracks in teeth
  • Diagnosis of cracks
  • Treatment options for dentin and enamel cracks
  • The use of polyethylene fiber in Biomimetic procedures
  • Advantages and disadvantages of various modes of therapy in treating cracks

Lecture Logistics

Date/Time Wednesday, January 10, 2018, 12 – 1 pm
Credits 1 lecture credit hour
Tuition Free
Location Penn Dental Medicine, B-13 Auditorium, 240 S. 40th Street, Philadelphia, PA
Register Registration is not required; Sign in is required.

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About Dr. Saul Pressner

Dr. Saul Pressner has been in private practice in NYC since 1981. After receiving his DMD from Penn Dental Medicine in 1979, Dr. Pressner completed a 2 year Family Dentistry Residency at Univ. of Connecticut School of Dental Medicine in 1981. He received his FAGD in 1990. He is on the executive board and serves as Secretary of the American Friends of DVI. He is also a member of the Dean’s Council of Penn Dental Medicine. Dr. Pressner is presently President of the Academy of Biomimetic Dentistry and has lectured on the topic of Biomimetic Dentistry nationally and internationally. He has published several articles on Biomimetic Dentistry and is considered a key opinion leader in this emerging field.