Dr. Ali Allen Nasseh is the founder of MicroSurgical Endodontics (MSEndo), and a practicing endodontist in Boston, MA. He is an active member of several organizations including, but not limited to the American Dental Association (ADA), the American Association of Endodontists (AAE), the Massachusetts Dental Society (MDS), Massachusetts Association of Endodontists (MAE), and the Boston Metropolitan Dental Society (BMDS).
Dr. Nasseh has been an active faculty and a clinical instructor at the Department of Restorative Dentistry and Biomaterial Sciences / Postdoctoral Endodontic division of Harvard School of Dental Medicine since 1994. He was also an Assistant Professor in the postdoctoral clinic, department of Endodontics at Tufts School of Dental Medicine until 2006.
Dr. Nasseh is a national and international speaker and lectures actively in such areas as surgical and non-surgical root canal therapy, technological advances in endodontics/dentistry, and principals of patient care and anesthesia for a painless dental experience. Dr. Nasseh’s practice philosophy is providing the most gentle, caring, and positive root canal experience by offering the highest quality of care using the latest technological advances in the dental field. He believes that root canal therapy should never be a painful experience and lectures extensively on the patients’ right to a gentle, comfortable, and completely painless experience.
Dr. Nasseh’s practice, MicroSurgical Endodotics is also an educational institute where he gives advanced training to dentists across the nation and around the world in root canal therapy and microsurgery. He teaches at the postdoctoral level at Harvard Dental School and is a former instructor and lecturer in the Head and Neck Anatomy course at Harvard Medical School.
"Anatomical shaping: The evolution meets the Revolution!"
This presentation is highly clinical and focuses on the burgeoning field of adaptive NiTi metal technology and its clinical significance on the efficiency and efficacy of endodontic care. Furthermore, challenges in implementation and obturation techniques with this technology will be discussed and shared with specific clinical examples to support each technique. Join Dr Nasseh to have a better understanding of this technology. Join the revolution!
1. Participants will learn about the clinical challenges of conventional instrumentation
2. Participants will learn about anatomical shaping and its basis for effective cleaning and shaping
3. Participants will learn clinical techniques for effective obturation of the anatomically shaped canals.