IV SIE international Congress 2021
Tugba Türk

Tugba Türk

Assoc. Prof. Dr.
Associate Professor at the Department of Endodontology, Ege University, School of Dentistry, Izmir, Turkey. She is also lecturer at University of Rome, La Sapienza, Dental School, Italy.
She received her DDS degree from the Ege University where she also completed her Ph.D. and received an associate professor degree in 2017.
As a full-time faculty member, Dr Turk is involved with undergraduate and graduate teaching, and she supervises Ph.D. students. She has published several articles, received several awards for her scientific studies and has presented lectures both nationally and internationally. She is a member of the European Society of Endodontology, The Turkish Endodontic Society and The Society of Stem Cell and Cellular Treatments.
Dr. Turk’s research interests include minimal invasive endodontics, regenerative endodontics, dental stem cells, tissue engineering, and scanning electron microscopy. She actively performs clinical regenerative endodontic therapies involving a large number of patients.


Friday, 11 Nov

12.50 am

Regenerative endodontic therapy is a biologically driven procedure designed to replace the damaged tissue including dentin, root structures, as well as cells of the pulp-dentin complex. Endodontic science today benefits from the latest technologies and uses all the evidence-based knowledge to define novel clinical principles and practices aiming to mimic the nature itself like never before. Parallel to the advancements in the field of tissue engineering and regenerative Endodontics the strategies in pulp regeneration are improved.
The aim of the current lecture is to discuss the revitalization procedures both for mature and immature teeth based on personal case reports with long-term follow-up. The advantages and the limitations of extending the indication and scope of revitalization procedures to mature teeth will also be discussed.


Learning Objectives:

  • To review the importance of pulp-dentin complex regeneration,
  • To review the current literature in the pulp revitalization procedures,
  • To review different clinical cases and regeneration protocols,
  • To review the future perspective for revitalization of both mature and immature teeth.


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