Contemporary Endodontics - Simplified PART 3
Endodontic retreatment and management of complications
9th & 10th January 2020.

A practical course in 3 parts over 6 days
£1000 per delegate per course or £2700 for 3 x 2 day courses

This course meets the General Dental Council's educational criteria for verifiable ECPD and
13 hours of verifiable ECPD points per 2 day course will be awarded.

This unique course is designed to offer pragmatic approach to root canal treatment for the busy practitioner who seeks to provide high quality endodontic treatment with long term predictable clinical success. The course content is built upon most current biological knowledge and clinical concepts. The attendee will be exposed to multiple files systems including both reciprocation and rotary concepts as well as bioceramic, “sealer rich” obturation. Class sizes are limited to 12 with hands-on personalised support from Mark and James to maximise the quality of the education. All delegates will have their own microscope for the duration of the course and access to all the equipment of the specialist environment including Piezo ultrasonics, motors and warm vertical obturation systems.

The course is structured over 6 days but we aim to tailor the teaching to the individual learning goals of the attendees with bespoke teaching on demand if delegates wish.

Participants are asked to bring 5-10 extracted/2 days teeth unaccessed for endodontic treatment.

Course dates booked are non-transferrable.

Part 1 –  17th & 18th October 2019
Part 2 –  14th & 15th November 2019
Part 3 –  9th & 10th January 2020.

Dr John Whitworth PhD (microbiology), BChD, FDS RCSEd, FDS (Rest Dent)RCS  Course Tutor
 James Darcey
 BDS, MSc (OMFS),
 MDPH, MFGDP RCSEng,
 MEndo RCSEd,
 FDS (Rest Dent)
 RCSEd
Dr M J Hunter BDS, MSc  Course Tutor
 Mr M J Hunter
 BDS, MSc
Tutor Sanjeev Bhanderi  Course Tutor:
 Sanjeev Bhanderi
 BDS MSc

Day 5 - 9th January 2020

  • Conventional re-treatment

    By the end of this course, delegates should be able to:
    • Diagnosis and treatment planning for failed endodontic cases
    • To be able to re-treat easy-moderate technically difficult cases
    • Removal of gutta percha, blockages, fractured instruments, and posts from root canals
    • Be familiar with working under an operating microscope
    • Be able to repair perforations with appropriate materials

Day 6 - 10th January 2020
Surgical re-treatment

By the end of this course, delegates should be able to:
• Revise the theory of endodontic surgery
• Know the indications and contraindications for endodontic surgery
• Soft and hard tissue management in surgery
• Use of an operating microscope
• Flap design on pig’s jaws
• Osteotomies on synthetic jaws
• Update on contemporary Bioceramic retrograde filling materials, ultrasonics, and microsurgical instruments
• Understand the types of lesion that may require bone regeneration
• Be familiar with working under an operating microscope

 

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