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Ali Cemal Tınaz

He was born in Aydın at 1967. He graduated from Gazi University school of Dentistry at the year 1989. At the year 1989 to 1992 he worked as a dentist in a private clinic and done his military service. He finished his doctoral study at 1998 and appointed as lecturer. In 2002, he became assistant professor and he became associate professor in March 2003. He became professor in December 2008. Dr. Tınaz has got more than 45 international publications and too many presantation and attends to conferences. He is member of editorial board of “Contemporary Dental Practice” which is published in USA. He is the member of European Endodontic Society. He is still lecturer in Gazi University Dental Faculty department of Endodontics. He is married and has two children.

Management Iatrogenic Events In Endodontics

An iatrogenic event in endodontics is described as a procedure "induced accidentally by a dentist". Every dental practitioner who has done root canal treatment can face to iatrogenic events. These occurrence are not limited to our country, with other countries reporting similar percentages of endodontic malpractice claims included United States and European countries and all over the worlds. Even though, iatrogenic accidents can not be prevented certainty, their occurrences can be intensely decreased with the aid of the three factors; thorough knowledge, advanced technique and advanced endodontics approaches. The first one (thorough knowledge) mandatory. The other two factors may require expertise especially regarding technology and, more specifically, the dental operating microscope. It has proved itself indispensable in locating canals, removing seperated instruments, repairing perforations, and enhancing the delivery of quality care. The superior visualization permits mre accurate clinical evaluations, allowing for a prices assessment of the challenge and the appropriate treatment plan for its resolution. In this lecture will be mentionaed these main topics: accidentally administer of sodium hypochlorite (NaOCI), instrument seperation, management of ledge formation, perforations, radicular extrusion of root canal filling materials, cervico-facial subcutaneous emphysema.