Over the past few years, Endodontics has undergone an unprecedented evolution.
Many of the treatments that were, up until now, considered difficult to carry out and/or with a poor prognosis have gained scientific and technological support which has led to greater success rates.
This trend allows for more clinicians to be able to carry out endodontic procedures that were, up until now, restricted to specialists.
The aim of this course is to provide general practitioners with the up-to-date scientific and technical knowledge necessary to overcome the challenges inherent to endodontic treatment.
The necessary tools to make an accurate diagnosis, treatment plan, cleaning and shaping, obturation, and surgery will be presented and discussed with the aim of enabling dentists to carry out an endodontic treatment (retreatment) with a high success rate.
On this five module course different solutions for various clinical situations will be presented. Emphasis will be given to hands-on training using state-of-the-art materials/instruments. Each student will work in pre-clinical conditions and the taught techniques will be performed on acrylic blocks and natural teeth.
For each module, each student will have at their disposal a rotary instrumentation motor, a piezoelectric ultrasonic unit, and an operating microscope. Throughout the course, students will also have the opportunity to work with several rotary instrumentation systems, different thermoplastic obturation techniques, and various electronic apex locators.
This is a course designed by clinicians, for clinicians.
For more information, please consult our course program.