Endodontics from A to Z. Dr. Manor Haas delivered another highly successful endodontics course this past weekend where our course attendees received a lot of useful techniques and hands on experience. This course is full of honest tips, tricks and advice aimed at helping dentists perform better root canals with less stress and more efficiency. Topics include endo diagnosis, anaesthesia, access preparations, safer and faster instrumentation, obturation, pain and infection management, single visit endo, and restoring endo treated teeth.
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This is a two day course.
DAY ONE (Lecture)
Participants learn about:
– Endodontic diagnosis, including 3D imaging, and treatment planning.
– Anaesthesia in endodontics, including hot teeth.
– Ideal access preparations and locating calcified canals, including MB2.– How to instrument better, more efficiently and separate less files.
– Improved canal disinfection.
– Obturating more efficiently, predictably and in 3-dimensions.
– Prevention and management of endodontic mishaps, including perforations and file fractures.
– Anaelgesics and antibiotics in endodontics.
– One vs. two appointment root canals.
– The significance of magnification (ie microscopes) in endodontics, and how to incorporate them into your practice.
– Newest endodontic materials, instruments and protocols, and which best suit and improve your practice.
– Restoring endo-treated teeth.
DAY TWO, (Workshop)
– Under very close supervision, participants will be trained on a variety of instrumentation and obturation systems, and how to execute the most up-to-date clinical protocols.
Participants learn how to:
– Locate and negotiate canals (including calcified canals and MB2),
– Properly use stainless steel and NiTi files (rotary and reciprocating).
– Instrument (rotary and reciprocating NiTi systems) better, more safely and efficiently.
– Perform warm obturation (using various systems).
– Use enhanced magnification, including dental microscopes, in endodontics.