Howard E. Strassler, DMD, FADM, FAGD

 Howard E. Strassler, DMD, FADM, FAGD

Biographical info:
An educator for more than 30 years, Dr. Strassler is Professor and Director of Operative Dentistry in the Department of Endodontics, Prosthodontics and Operative Dentistry at the University of Maryland School of Dentistry.

He has been a pioneer and innovator with dental adhesives and esthetic restorative materials, bonding of porcelain veneers, fiber reinforcement materials and other techniques that have become. He is a consultant to more than 15 dental manufacturers, and serves on advisory and editorial boards. He has authored more than 475 articles and 7 chapters in texts. Dr. Strassler received the Academy of General Dentistry’s highest award, the Thaddeus Weclew Fellowship in 2000.

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Courses Featuring Howard E. Strassler, DMD, FADM, FAGD

Recurrent Aphthous Stomatitis

Recurrent aphthous ulcers are commonly found in the general population. They consist of minor, major, and herpetiform types. A number of factors are considered to be possible etiological factors for recurrent aphthous ulcers; however, their exact etiology remains unclear. Several systemic diseases and conditions associated with oral ulcerations and other causes of oral ulcerations must be considered during the differential diagnosis.

Managing Restorative Emergencies Part 2: Sensitivity, Fractured Teeth, and Restorations

Esthetic restorative emergencies in the anterior esthetic zone can involve a fractured tooth, fracture of metal or ceramic material from fixed indirect restorations, or the avulsion or loss of a periodontally involved incisor. While these are not acute emergencies from the perspective of pain or discomfort, they are emergencies from the patient’s perspective due to the loss of esthetics. Triaging patients prior to their appointments is helpful in planning and optimizing treatment.

Managing Restorative Emergencies Part 1: Esthetic Emergencies - Fractures and Tooth Loss

Esthetic restorative emergencies in the anterior esthetic zone can involve a fractured tooth, fracture of metal or ceramic material from fixed indirect restorations, or the avulsion or loss of a periodontally involved incisor. While these are not acute emergencies from the perspective of pain or discomfort, from the patient’s perspective these are emergencies due to the loss of esthetics. Triaging patients prior to the appointment is helpful in planning and optimizing treatment.

Repairing Porcelain-Metal Restorations with Composite Resin

CE Contact Hours: 2
At the completion of this program the participant will be able to: • describe the indications for crown and bridge repair • list materials and techniques that can be used to adhere to exposed metal of a fractured porcelain-metal restoration • list the materials and techniques that can be used to adhere to fractured porcelain of a porcelain-metal restoration • describe the techniques for ......

Fiber Reinforcement for One-Visit Single-Tooth Replacement

CE Contact Hours: 1
Howard E. Strassler, DMD, et al describe an efficient technique for replacement of a single tooth. This article is peer-reviewed and available for 1 hour of CE credit....

Tooth Stabilization Improves Periodontal Prognosis: A Case Report


Cost: $0.00
CE Contact Hours: 2
Howard E. Strassler, DMD, discusses how stabilization of mobile periodontally-involved teeth can improve long-term prognosis, and presents a clinical case that demonstrates the treatment outcome that can be achieved. This article is peer-reviewed and available for 2 hours of CE credit....