Dr. Carla Cohn is a general dentist who has devoted herself solely to the care of paediatric patients. Dr. Cohn graduated from the University of Manitoba in 1991. She then went on to complete a post-graduate internship in Paediatric Dentistry. Her private practice, at Kids Dental, is focused on prevention, the growth and development of a cavity free generation. Dr. Cohn is a partner, and maintains surgical privileges at Western Surgery Centre, a private surgical clinic. In addition to private practice, she is a part time clinical instructor, in Paediatric Dentistry at the College of Dentistry University of Manitoba. She is Past President and very active as board member for her provincial dental association, the Manitoba Dental Association. She is a member of the American Academy of Paediatric Dentistry and has been selected as one of the few members of the AAPD Speakers Bureau. Dr. Cohn is a founding member of the Women's Dental Network in Winnipeg where the mandate is to provide continuing education and networking for women dentists. She has been invited into the Pierre Fauchard Academy in 2012 and has been named “Leader in Continuing Education and Dental Consulting” for multiple years. Dr. Cohn has been a member of Catapult Education since 2011. She has published several articles, and webinars and she enjoys lecturing on all aspects of children’s dentistry for the general practitioner both nationally and internationally.
ON-DEMAND WEBINAR: Earn 1 CEU
New Vital Pulp Therapy for Primary Teeth
Vital pulp therapy for primary dentition has evolved and improved immensely. New and reliable materials with predictable outcomes have recently become available. In this 1-hour video, Dr. Carla Cohn will review diagnosis of teeth that are candidates for vital pulp therapy, different methods of vital pulp therapy, and effective pulp therapy materials. She will share several clinical cases and discuss step by step procedures using calcium silicate materials in vital pulp therapy for primary teeth.
Understand correct diagnosis of primary dentition pulpal health