To answer the question directly, no, you can't. Candidate's dissertation is a lower-level work. Both in terms of innovation, novelty and relevance, and from the standpoint of scientific technology. PhD thesis is based on old data. Almost no one enters doctoral studies after graduate school. According to various estimates, from the moment of awarding a paytowritepaper scientific degree to the start of doctoral preparation, it takes from 5 years or more. Often, much more. Information may become obsolete.
Also, the candidate does not answer many fundamental questions. It should be considered as a starting point in scientific research. Because scientists have been working in the same direction for years, they do not deviate from their interests and preferences.
Despite all that has been said, a PhD can be useful. Some information, basic things and provisions a potential doctor of science can use. But no change is unlikely. All the same, you will have to adjust the information to the current agenda that the practical scientist or theorist faces.