IV SIE international Congress 2021
Roberto Fornara

Roberto Fornara

Graduated with Honors in Dentistry and Dental Prostheses at the University of Pavia in 1995.
Co-author of “Fattori di crescita e biomateriali”, published by Masson in 2000.
Together with Prof. Massimo Gagliani and other several authors, coordinator of “Testo atlante di anatomia endodontica” published by Tecniche Nuove in 2011.
Author of the chapter “Perforazioni iatrogene” in Manuale di endodonzia, published by Edra in 2013.
Co-author of “Ritrattamenti” that was published by EDRA in November 2018.
Author of numerous scientific articles.
Active member since 2003 and now President Elected of the Board of Directors of SIE – Italian Society of Endodontics.
Since 2007 member of the Editorial Committee of GIE – Giornale Italiano di Endodonzia (Italian Journal of Endodontics).
Since 2010 certified member of ESE – European Society of Endodontology.
Since 2016 active member of Digital Dental Society (DDS).
He gives his contribution as an expert in this specific subject to II Rehabilitative Dentistry (coordinator, Prof. Massimo Gagliani), in the specialized degree course of Dentistry and Dental Prostheses at the Odontostomatological Clinic of the Department of Surgery and Dental Medicine San Paolo, Milan.
Since 2019 he is responsible for clinical teaching at the Clinical Department of Endodontics IRCCS Galeazzi Orthopedic Institute – Milan – University of Milan.
From 2014 to 2015 and from 2016 to 2017, master teacher of II level in Digital Dentistry at University of Insubria – Varese.
Lecturer in Universities and Congresses focusing on endodontic and restorative themes; teacher of Endodontics and imaging & radiology practical courses.
Freelancer since 1996. Owner, since 2005, of a Dental Office near Milan.


Friday, 11 Nov

12.50 am

Two-dimensional imaging diagnosis has always been a crucial moment in defining the diagnosis before and the treatment plan after. We know that the limits of two-dimensional radiology in some situations do not allow the clinician to make an objective evaluation by inserting, into the evaluation, an interpretative component which in medicine can lead to many errors. The aim of the lecture is to educate the clinician on the correct use of CBCT by comparing two-dimensional and three-dimensional images to increase confidence and increase diagnostic skills.
Today the clinician cannot do without this technology which, together with other devices (intraoral scanners, 3D printed etc.), has effectively introduced the digital age into the endodontic discipline.


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