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The Endodontic-restorative Continuum: Recommendations and Consideration Based on the Best Available Evidence

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Course Description

3 CE Credits

Online Lecture


The endodontic treatment is a significant investment, particularly when a core and crown is needed. Treatment planning will include the restorative implications and the restorability of the tooth will require careful analysis. Clinical success depends on application of sound biomechanical principles for the specific tooth and clinical situation. As such, the restoration of endodontically treated teeth has been extensively studied. However, the diversity of published opinions is confusing. With the lack of adequate evidence from long-term randomized controlled clinical trials, many practical questions and controversies remain in this clinically important aspect of treatment planning.  Such controversies may lead to less than optimal treatment selections. This presentation aims to provide evidence-based principles that are sound from a restorative as well as an endodontic perspective.


Course Objectives:

  • To understand how restorations affect pulp and how to preserve pupal health.
  • To review the importance of temporization and permanent restoration upon completion of endodontic treatment.
  • To review the case selection criteria for post in restoring endodontically treated teeth.




D.D.S., M.Sc., PhD, F.R.C.D.(C)

Dr. Amir Azarpazhooh (Azar) is a certified dental specialist in Endodontics and Dental Public Health. He received his dental degree from Iran (2001), his specialty training in Canada at the University of Toronto in Dental Public Health (2007) and Endodontics (2010), followed by his PhD (2011). Dr. Azar has great interest in both academic and clinical research. He is an Associate Professor at the University of Toronto, Faculty of Dentistry, and School of Public Health.  He is also the Head of Endodontics at the Department of Dentistry, Mount Sinai Hospital.


Currently, his attributed grants and awards total more than CDN $1.25M and these have enabled him to manage a strong group of graduate students over the years. To date, published six book chapters, 1 book, and more than 100 peer-reviewed papers and has presented at over 50 national and international scientific meetings. He has been awarded nationally and internationally, by the Cochrane Canada, the Canadian Academy of Endodontics, and the American Association of Endodontists. He is an Associate Editor of the of the Journal of Endodontics, the official journal of the American Association of Endodontists.


Amir is a practicing endodontist, with part-time private practices in Toronto as well as a hospital practice in Mount Sinai Hospital providing endodontic care to patients when their medical, physical or mental status indicates the need for a hospital environment. A keen practitioner of evidenced-based dentistry, Dr. Azar has a passion for collaborative decision making in teaching and in practice. Hence, he approaches patient care with the best interest of the patient in mind. Despite his heavy load of teaching, research and clinical practice, out of the office he enjoys life with his wife, travelling, cycling, photography, and gardening.


Monday April 12th, 2021, 06:00pm - 09:00pm


$50.00 plus taxes


Zoom Online Meeting


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