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Stephanie Tran, DDS

Restoratively-Driven Endodontics: How to Preserve Tooth Structure for Optimal Outcomes

Lecture  | 1:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. | One (1) CE Hour   | Category B


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Course Description

There has been a significant shift in endodontics in recent years with the recognition that preserving as much tooth structure as possible is the most critical component to long-term success. Recent technological advancements have helped to usher in this change, including CBCT, the microscope, and new designs of heat-treated NiTi instruments.  Dr. Stephanie Tran, a New York City and Hamptons-based endodontist, will be discussing evidence-based approaches to restoratively-driven endodontics and preserving tooth structure in root canal treatments, including:

Learning Objectives

  • Using heat-treated NiTi instruments to achieve smaller access, shapes and sizes in both simple and complex root canal cases
  • Complimenting the use of the high magnification with radiographs and CBCT for precise anatomical planning and execution
  • How endodontics works in conjunction with restorative dentistry to enhance aesthetic and more conservative restorative outcomes for the patient

Course Sponsored By:
if you are interested in sponsoring this course, please contact Makenzie Dean

Speaker Bio

East-coast born, California-raised, Dr. Stephanie A. Tran is a proud graduate of the acclaimed University of the Pacific Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry, where she received her dental degree.

To further her education in dentistry, she moved to New York to complete a General Practice Residency program at SUNY Stony Brook University Medical Center. After several years building her comprehensive dentistry background in general dentistry, Dr. Tran then decided to pursue her passion for endodontics, completing her post-graduate endodontics specialty residency at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, where she served as Chief Resident of the program.

 Dr. Tran is a Board-Eligible Endodontist who specializes in providing comprehensive endodontic care, providing the full range of endodontic treatments, including special-needs treatment, trauma management in addition to non-surgical and surgical root canal treatments.

Her passion for empathetic patient-centered care, combined with her extensive endodontic experience and multi-specialty experience gives her the well-rounded background to better serve her patients. Dr. Tran is involved in both the local dental community as well as the global dental community, where she provides endodontic education on social media and online.

In her free time, Dr. Tran enjoys cooking, painting, exploring NYC's many restaurants, and going to the beach with her dog.