Alexandru Gliga has graduated from “Carol Davila” University of Medicine Bucharest in 2013 with a Bachelor Degree in Dentistry. Since then he has been working in his private office with limited practice to endodontics and direct restorations. Alexandru has been constantly attending endodontic courses and conferences since 2010. In January 2020 he gradutated the 3 year MSc Endodontics Programme at King’s College London with Distinction. In October 2018 he was nominated as a finalist at the Future of Dentistry Awards, London, England. In the last year of his studies in London he was awarded with a Travelling Scholarship offered by the Alpha Omega London Charitable Trust in association with King’s College London Dental Institute for a Clinical Poster presentation accepted at the European Society of Endodontology congress, Vienna 2019. He is a Member of The European Society of Endodontology since 2017 and Silver Member of the Style Italiano Endodontics group since 2018. In 2020 he became member of the British Endodontic Society. In 2015 he was elected as councillor and advisor of Bucharest College of Dentists and in 2019 he was realected for a second entrustment as councillor and advisor of Bucharest College of Dentists and representative at the National Dentists Assembly. Starting 2018 he is lecturing in national and international conferences and private courses regarding the subject of Endodontology in theory and practice.
Apical pathology can appear as a straightforward diagnosis, however the tools available for assessment come across different limitations. Histology has highlighted various aspects that can not be yet coherently linked to a clinical situation using imaging investigations (Ricucci, Mannocci & Pitt Ford, 2006). Inflammatory root resorption makes no exception and reveals itself on periapical x-ray […]
The reason for performing a primary root canal treatment or a retreatment without dismantling a full crown coverage should be very well considered. It is doubtless that any coronal restoration should be removed before undertaking any orthograde endodontic procedure if infected dentine or coronal leakage is present (Gulabivala, Ng, 2014). Moreover, performing a root canal […]