Mastering Endodontic Fundamentals Part 2

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Duration: 2.5 days

Tuition: $3,500 CAD

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Why take this course?

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Complete multiple root canals on cadavers

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Two full days of hands-on training

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One-on-one supervision

This program is Category 2 (CDE Points: 20)

After a refresher lecture, go through the A-to-Z process of endodontic treatment as close as possible to real-life patient cases with two-and-a-half days of solid practice on cadavers. This is your chance to also work one-on-one with experts in a closely simulated clinical environment. As a result, Mastering Endodontic Fundamentals Part 2 is limited to only eight participants.

This no-nonsense and intensive course gives you the practice required to confidently treat teeth in all quadrants of the mouth and complete four full root canals on a cadaver.

*Participation prerequisite: Mastering Endodontic Fundamentals Part 1 or at least one year of experience with root canal treatment.


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Prep Doctors Corp
Nationally Approved PACE Program Provider for FAGD/MAGD credit.
Approval does not imply acceptance by any regulatory authority or AGD endorsement.
9/1/2018 to 12/31/2021
Provider ID# 371504

*This course does not meet the RCDSO requirements for dental CT scanners.

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Learning Outcomes & Benefits

 

 

  • Practice endodontics using the systems you’re comfortable using and learn new ones, including WaveOne, Zen Flex and ProTaper
  • Access all teeth with a focus on access refinement and problem-solving
  • Clean and shape using rotary files
  • Learn objectives of irrigation and intracanal medicaments
  • Single-visit vs. multi-visit endodontics indications and contraindications
  • Obturate using the GuttaCore system and warm vertical condensation
  • Learn to use a dental microscope (CJ-Optik Microscope System), one for each participant for the full duration of the course
  • Master positioning and approaches to various teeth with a microscope
  • Complete four full root canal therapies on cadaver specimens
  • Avoid mistakes before and during endodontic procedures
  • Prepare and place a post and core 
  • Communicate with patients before, during, and after endodontic procedures in a Canadian cultural context
  • Receive after-course support from faculty
  • Learn the indications of CBCT, when to refer and how to communicate with radiologists.
  • Become familiar with the structure and content of the CBCT report.

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