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Modern Endodontics from Theory to Practice: Presented by Dr. Martin Trope

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Course Description

Many general dentists prefer to treat some endodontic cases The combination of performing adequate root canal treatment of appropriate cases and referring more complex cases should ensure maximal success for all of your endodontically treated cases. This course will review some of the basic concepts that need to be followed in order to attain maximal endodontic success.

A Hands-On Component Will Demonstrate:

  • Scout files for pathfinding
  • BioRace file sequence for achieving adequate apical sizes
  • Bioceramic bonded root canal filling materials

Course Objectives

Participants will be updated on modern endodontics including:

  • Different approaches for vital versus necrotic cases
  • Minimal apical sizes
  • Irrigation protocols including ultrasonic activation
  • Root filling with bonded systems
  • The importance of the coronal seal
  • Cases to Refer

Note

  • Participants need to bring 2-4 extracted teeth with access preparation.

Faculty

  • Martin Trope, D.M.D., Diplomate, American Board of Endodontist  Faculty website

Continuing Education Units

7 CEUs. Participation.

AGD# 070

Hands-on Course Hands-On Workshop

Course Limit

30 Participants

Thanks

Continuing Dental Education at UFCD expresses appreciation to Brasseler Endodontics and NextLevel Endodontics for unrestricted educational grants that helped make this course possible.

Registration

  • Dentist Fee: $299 (Early Bird) / $349 (Regular Fee)
  • Team Discount available Team Discount Available
  • Networking lunch included
  • 8am – 4pm
Dates Location Course #  AGD # Register
September 20, 2014
(Saturday)
St. Petersburg Dental Center 140722  070 Register Online
Continuing Dental Education at UFCD expresses appreciation to Brasseler USA and Next Level Endodontics for unrestricted educational grants, which helped make this course possible.

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