Prof. Dr. Fabio GORNI


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Graduated from the Milan Dental School in 1984.
Visiting professor for the dept of Endodontics of the S. Paolo Hospital in Milano.
Active member of the Italian Society of Endodontics, of the Italian Accademy of Microscopic dentistry, Specialist Member of the European Society of Endodontology and member of the American Association of endodontists, from 1994-1998 he was a member of the admission commitee of the S.I.E. From 1998-2001 he was the cultural secretary of the Italian Society of endodontics, the president from 2003 to 2005. At the moment he is the past-president of the S.I.E. He has lectured on various endodontic topics all over the world he has also pubblished on many national and international journals and he has also produces scientific videos.
With C.J. Ruddle he has pubblished a series of videos called “The endodontic game” disributed in Europe, USA, Canada, Australia, and Asia.
He is visiting Professor, head of the Peri-oral Aesthetics Course at the faculty of Odontology of the Università Vita Salute San Raffaele – Milan
He has written chapters for 5 different endodontics books , he is one of the maximum expert in the world on the recovering of compromised teeth and in endodontic surgery . Innovator in endodontics field and in the use of the microscope in dentistry . He has is own private practice in Milan and he is specialized mainly in endodontics , surgical endodontics and implants with particulary focusing for the micro dentistry.

12 Apr. 2019


15:30 – 16:15


„The recovering of compromized teeth: costs & benefits of the non surgical retreatment 

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In the last years, modern techniques and new instruments have widened the role of endodontic retreatment, making possible to treat and solve complex clinical cases and multiple pathologies. Nevertheless, this does not mean that the use of endodontic surgery has decreased. Perhaps indications have narrowed, but ultrasonic tips, magnification, microinstruments and new root-end filling materials have dramatically increased the success percentage; a success rate of over 90% has been reported. The use of a modern Endodontic microsurgery protocol represents one of the most important procedures in endodontic treatment.