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ADA Credits: 2 | AGD Credits: 2 | Cost: $19.00

Management of Severely Curved Root Canals

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Course Type: elearning

Target Audience: Dental Assistants, Dentists

  

Educational Objectives

  • 3D perceptions that lead to stress less endodontics.
  • Scientific and practical choice of rotary files.
  • Safe and efficient protocols of instrumentation for severely curved root canals.

Abstract

Management of Severely Curved Root Canals – a real challenge for every endodontist.

Ignoring and incompetence to manage complex cases, can lead to instrumentation errors – ledges, zipping, blockages, perforations or instrument fracture, that may compromise the outcome of treatment.

The rational approach is the key to success. From planning to performing, every step of treatment must be argued and well determined. Knowing the anatomy and to be able to read the preop radiological investigations, move us to phase of instrumentation, where our knowledge and ability to select the right technique, instruments, and sequence of files, make us have an absolute control and predictability on extreme difficulty clinical cases.

ADA Credits: 2 | AGD Credits: 2 | Cost: $19.00

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Modern Endodontics: Rethinking Access and Instrumentation

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Target Audience: Dental Assistants, Dental Students, Dentists

Duration: 1:23:24

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Synopsis

We will be examining legacy concepts such as access design, instrumentation, restoration of endodontically treated teeth, and how modern technologies such as small-diameter heat-treated rotary files, microscopes, and CBCTs are allowing us to completely change the way we perform endodontics at the highest level with strategic dentin preservation in mind.

Get CE Credit for this course here: http://www.dentallearning.net/modern-endodontics-rethinking-access-and-instrumentation

COMMERCIAL SUPPORTER: This course has been made possible through an unrestricted educational grant from SS White.

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Endodontic Breakthroughs: NiTi Shaping Protocol Ensuring Endodontic Predictability

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Target Audience: Dental Assistants, Dental Students, Dentists

Duration: 56:10

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This webinar will address breakthrough shaping and irrigation concepts and detail the skills necessary for acquiring the expertise and confidence to perform the highest quality endodontics. The participants of this presentation will become familiar with the use of the “apex last” approach to canal shaping with nickel-titanium instrumentation using the TFA™ (Twisted File) Adaptive System, using Adaptive Motion Technology. Learn how Adaptive Motion technology provides the advantages of rotary and reciprocation but minimizes the disadvantages of both. The continuous feedback loop from file to motor allows the movement of the file to self adjust to the intracanal torsional stresses providing effective and most importantly safe root canal shaping.

Get CE credit for this course here: http://dentallearning.net/endodontic-breakthroughs-niti-shaping-protocol-ensuring-endodontic-predictability

COMMERCIAL SUPPORTER: This course has been made possible through an unrestricted educational grant from Kerr.

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Trending in Endodontics: #Irrigation

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Target Audience: Dental Assistants, Dental Students, Dentists

Duration: 55:37

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This webinar is designed to present the latest innovations in endodontic irrigation. As our endodontic instruments have achieved an extraordinary ability to shape our canals, it is the chemical debridement with irrigation that we rely on to cleanse the root canal spaces. Given that our instruments do not reach the majority of the canal wall surfaces, we now are depending on newer and more innovative ways to safely and thoroughly irrigate the root canal system anatomy. This presentation will cover the trending irrigation methods and devices used for ultrasonic activated irrigation, negative pressure irrigation, laser activated irrigation and a multisonic irrigation method.

Get CE credit for this course here: http://dentallearning.net/trending-endodontics-irrigation

COMMERCIAL SUPPORTER: This course has been made possible through an unrestricted educational grant from Kerr.

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The Essentials of Endodontic Diagnosis and Access Preparation

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Target Audience: Dental Students, Dentists

Duration: 1:01:01

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This course is designed to present a predictable method of attaining a definitive endodontic diagnosis to assure that treatment is always initiated on the tooth that is the source of the patient's symptoms or disease.

Get CE credit for this course here: http://dentallearning.net/essentials-endodontic-diagnosis-and-access-preparation

COMMERCIAL SUPPORTER: This course has been made possible through an unrestricted educational grant from Kerr.

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Engineering Modern Endodontic Access Prep and Directed Dentine Conservation: Part II

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Target Audience: Dental Students, Dentists

Duration: 1:46:26

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This webinar presentation will concentrate on how to perform endodontics in a predictable, reproducible and data-driven manner to enhance endodontic and restorative success and the long-term prognosis of the restored tooth. After briefly reviewing critical concepts from the previous webinar, the focus will be on new access modalities that promote the conservation of dentin and help preserve the structural integrity of endodontically treated teeth. The incorporation of contemporary endodontic armamentaria, such as the operating microscope, CBCT, and annealed (heat-treated) nickel-titanium rotary instrumentation, will be discussed. Key endodontic access violations that reduce the probability of a stable and long-standing positive outcome will be addressed, together with current principles of effective Ni-Ti instrumentation in reducing the risk of instrument separation and creating an effective glide path for effective instrumentation and condensation hydraulics. Dr. Balson will discuss the current scientific literature and show a collection of cases to demonstrate how these new concepts in access design and rotary file technique foster effective clinical treatment outcomes.

Get CE credit for this course here: http://dentallearning.net/engineering-modern-endodontic-access-prep-and-directed-dentine-conservation-part-ii

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Image-Guided Endodontics and Strategic Dentin Preservation

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Target Audience: Dental Students, Dentists

Duration: 42:36

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Traditional endodontic dogma, the associated legacy concepts, technique end-points and attendant predictors and measures of outcome have misdirected the specialty of endodontics for decades. A new framework for decision-making that is based on a modern understanding of the biology and disease vs. disease-that-matters will be introduced. Alternative treatment protocols that reflect this new understanding yet are respectful to the anatomic and structural limitations will be developed in a case-based format.

Earn CE Credits for this course here: http://dentallearning.net/image-guided-endodontics-and-strategic-dentin-preservation

COMMERCIAL SUPPORTER: This course has been made possible through an unrestricted educational grant from SS White.

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Video: MM1500 Sonic and Revo-S Niti Endo Technique

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Target Audience: Dental Assistants, Dental Hygienist, Dentists

Duration: 4:45

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Synopsis

The course will cover Endodontics from diagnosis to treatment. The program is taught by a general practitioner and is meant for the general practitioner. Attendees will receive instruction on endodontic techniques that include proper case selection, minimally invasive canal access, cleaning, shaping, and obturation. This course includes a hands on portion using rotary and sonic instrumentation. Current research pertaining to endodontics will also be reviewed

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Online Continuing Education / Course Details

ADA Credits: 1 | AGD Credits: 1 | Cost: $19.00

Image-Guided Endodontics and Strategic Dentin Preservation

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Course Type: elearning

Target Audience: Dental Assistants, Dentists

  

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Educational Objectives

After completing this webinar, participants will be able to:

• Identify key zones of mutual interest to the endodontic specialist and restorative dentist during endodontic access and preparation.

• Create ideal access while preserving key cervical tooth structure.

• Apply modern instrumentation techniques that preserve the pulp horn and pericervical zones of dentin to conserve the inherent strength of the tooth.

Abstract

Traditional endodontic dogma, the associated legacy concepts, technique end-points and attendant predictors and measures of outcome have misdirected the specialty of endodontics for decades. A new framework for decision-making that is based on a modern understanding of the biology and disease vs. disease-that-matters will be introduced. Alternative treatment protocols that reflect this new understanding yet are respectful to the anatomic and structural limitations will be developed in a case-based format.

 

COMMERCIAL SUPPORTER: This course has been made possible through an unrestricted educational grant from SS White.

ADA Credits: 1 | AGD Credits: 1 | Cost: $19.00

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Online Continuing Education / Course Details

ADA Credits: 1 | AGD Credits: 1 | Cost: $19.00

Modern Endodontics: Rethinking Access and Instrumentation

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Author(s):

Course Type: elearning

Target Audience: Dental Assistants, Dentists

  

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Educational Objectives

After completing this webinar, participants will be able to:

• Understand why modern endodontic practices and applications benefit their practice

• Design endodontic access cavities which conserve dentin in the cervical third of the tooth

• Gain knowledge and skill to increase success rate of root canal treatment
 

Abstract

We will be examining legacy concepts such as access design, instrumentation, restoration of endodontically treated teeth, and how modern technologies such as small-diameter heat-treated rotary files, microscopes, and CBCTs are allowing us to completely change the way we perform endodontics at the highest level with strategic dentin preservation in mind.

 

COMMERCIAL SUPPORTER: This course has been made possible through an unrestricted educational grant from SS White.

ADA Credits: 1 | AGD Credits: 1 | Cost: $19.00

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