He received his Doctor in Dental Surgery degree from Northwestern University Dental School in 1994 and completed his postdoctoral endodontic training at Harvard School of Dental Medicine in 1997, where he also received a Masters in Medical Sciences degree in the area of bone physiology. Dr. Nasseh is a Senior Clinical Instructor and Lecturer in the Post-doctoral endodontic fellowship in the Department of Restorative Dentistry and Biomaterial Sciences at Harvard School of Dental Medicine since 1997. He’s the former Alumni editor of the Harvard Dental Bulletin. Dr. Nasseh is the president and Chief Executive Officer for Real World Endo® (Real- WorldEndo.com), a medical device innovation and education company. He is endodontic editor to several peer reviewed journals and periodicals and a member of the NIH/NID- CR Clinical Needs Advisory Board for the Michigan Pittsburgh, Wyss Center for regen- erative Medicine (doctrc.pitt.edu). He’s also a member of the Materials and Instruments Committee for the American Dental Association (ADA). Dr. Nasseh is the owner and director of Microsurgical Endodontics, a multi speciality clinical endodontic practice in Boston, MA (MicroSurgicalEndo.com). In his spare time, he produces documentary, music, and travel videos, plays squash and tennis, and coaches little league soccer.

Presente e futuro dell’otturazione canalare

Ven 10 Nov


The Present and Future of Endodontic Obturation

Endodontic obturation has come a long way from it humble beginnings, to an era of complex and complicated techniques and technology. Recently, this aspect of the procedure has seen some changes, moving towards a new era of simplicity. What is the current state and, more importantly, the future of endodontic obturation? In this presentation, Dr. Nasseh will share his thoughts on the endodontic obturation continuum and what we should expect as the gold standard for the future obturation material. 

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