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Professor Stéphane Simon (France)


Professor Stéphane Simon


Professor Stéphane Simon qualified as Doctor in Dental Surgery in 1994 at the University of Reims. In 2009, he completed his PhD in Pulp Biology in the frame of a co-supervised thesis between the University of Paris 7 and the University of Birmingham.

Professor Simon is a full-time academic teacher/researcher and his clinical practice is focused on endodontics. He has graduated as a professor in restorative dentistry and endodontics. He is the director of the European Postgraduate Endodontic Program at Paris Diderot University (three-year full-time program). His time is devoted evenly between clinical practice and basic science/clinical research about tissue engineering and dental pulp healing. He works as a researcher in Paris and an associate researcher in Birmingham.

Today, his main interests are tissue engineering, and cell and molecular biology of pulp tissue (basic science and clinical practice). He is highly interested in the development of new techniques and concepts for graduate and postgraduate teaching.

Tricalcium silicate based material and endodontics

Friday 10 August

4:15pm – 5:00pm

Ground Floor, Plenary Hall 1 


Saturday 11 August

12:15 pm – 1:00 pm

Ground Floor, Plenary Hall 1 


Pulp vitality preservation outcome is related to many factors. The sealing ability and bioactivity of capping material is one of them. Tricalcium silicate is used as sentine substitute. Because of its demonstrated bioactivity, it can be used for direct and indirect pulp capping, and also for pulp chamber pulpotomy. In this lecture we propose to describe the material but also the way to use it properly for improving the pulp preservation outcome.  

Panel discussion

Saturday 11 August

4:15pm – 5:00pm 

Ground Floor, Plenary Hall 1


Stèphane Simon(France), Bobby Birdi (Canada) and Professor John Sorenson (USA)


Panel Facilitator – Professor David Manton

Using calcium silicates in endodontics and surgical endodontics

Sunday 12 August

10:00 am - 5:00 pm 

MOHTEC, 720 Swanston Street Carlton


Bioceramics handling is quite different to any other products. A good and repridcible manipulation is mandatory to improve and expect the best from  these materials.



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