Promotion of Tooth Repair using GSK3 Antagonists

Presented by: Max Staheli, AzAE Student Scholar Max  Staheli  is  an  Arizona  Academy  of  Endodontics  Student  Scholar  who  will present  on the  use  of Tideglusib to  repair  cavities.

This is a mini-lecture presented by one of the AzAE Student Scholars.  Max is a freshman attending Basis in Mesa, Arizona and aspires to become an Endodontist.  This mini-lecture will be presented as part of Dr. Asrari’s course on the Detection and Treatment of Root Fractures, which is part of the Endodontic Excellence lecture series presented by the Arizona Academy of Endodontics and Asrari Endodontics.  During this mini-lecture attendees will discover:

  • The role of GSK3 antagonists to repair cavities 
  • Tideglusib as a GSK3 antagonist
  • Stimulation of pulpal stem cells by Tideglusib 
  • Clinical evidence of cavity repair in mice using Tideglusib
  • Potential impact of GSK3 antagonists in dentistry

AzAE is an ADA CERP recognized provider.

Space for this event is limited to 12 doctors. Please RSVP to [email protected] to secure your seat at the seminar.