IV SIE international Congress 2021
Charbel Allam

Charbel Allam

DDS, DESE Endodontist and Oral Surgeon.
Clinical Professor at St. Joseph University School of Dentistry, department of Endodontics, Beirut, Lebanon.
Graduated in 1983 from St. Joseph University, Beirut Lebanon.
Postgraduate in Endodontics in 1994 from St. Joseph University, Beirut Lebanon.
Training courses in Endodontic Microsurgery in 1999 from University of Pennsylvania USA. Training courses in Endodontic Microsurgery in 2000 from Loma Linda University USA. Certificate in Implantologie and Advanced bone grafting from California Implant Institute USA.
Received the Qana Scientific Award twice: 2001 and 2005, for his scientific work.
Development of a new bone trepanation procedure already published.
Development of a surgical kit of seven retractors made by HU-FRIEDY: C. ALLAM RETRACTORS.
International lecturer: presented many national and international lectures, hands-on and courses in different countries at international meetings: AAE, ESE, IFEA.
Many international articles were published.
Member of the American Association of Endodontists.
Member of the European Society of Endodontology.
Member of the Froncophone Society of Microdentistry.
Member and Past President of the Lebanese Association of Endodontists.

PRE-CONGRESS COURSE: “Antipodes of Endodontics”


Saturday, 10 Nov

10.20 am

Simultaneous interpreting available

The introduction of the surgical operating microscope has fundamentally changed the procedures. The author firmly believes that endodontic surgery is not an APICOECTOMIE, we can now locate and treat second and third molars and manage procedural errors such as overfilling inside mandibular canal, or sinusitis due to dental infection by opening a window through the bone at the apical area. However, another way of thinking will be presented hereinafter, especially as regards the posterior sites. Endodontic microsurgery treatment could failed sometimes for many reasons and at different situations: serious anatomical elements, over bleeding when hemostasis is the most important steps, deep bone cavity where the apex is deeply located, thus, a new bone trephination technique will be described step by step in this presentation, for bone trephination is the most important and delicate stage allowing us to locate the apex and avoid post-operative problems. In this presentation we will illustrate the most difficult and complicate situations or clinical cases in microsurgery using digital pictures, video clips and slides so that the participants will have a clear understanding of surgical procedures and principles.


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