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Pathological Resorption of Teeth Symposium

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Pathological Resorption of Teeth Symposium, May 13-14, 2019

Overseen or wrongly treated tooth resorption is a constant risk. Within the last 10 years new knowledge has accumulated. How to perform effective treatments which may save such affected teeth. Ten internationally recognized experts will lead you through this jungle of various root resorption activities which have so many different causes and should be treated according to etiology.

This symposium is of special interest to general practitioners, pediatric dentists and specialists, orthodontic specialists and endodontic specialists.

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