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1,5 CPD Hours
The 3D “hermetic” filling of the root canal space system is the main objective of obturation. Obturation is generally described as the final step of root canal treatment. Complete chemomechanical preparation and disinfection of the root canal space are the main prerequisites in order to continue to the obturation. The goal is to entomb remaining bacteria, not leave empty spaces and respect the root canal anatomy. The filling material should fill the hole root canal space and do not extend to the periapical tissues. Within the limitations of this webinar, graphs, radiographs and digital photos from surgical microscope are to be used in order to describe modern obturation techniques and methodologies.
1. Root canals’ obturation; Why, when and how.
2. Single cone technique, cold lateral condensation or warm vertical compaction?
3. One obturation technique for every case? Case sensitive obturation methodologies, criteria and indications
4. Advantages and restrictions of contemporary materials for root canal obturation
5. The “perfect” sealer, selection criteria for optimum results
6. Ramifications’, apical deltas’ and lateral root canals’ obturation, the clinical relevance
7. Bioceramic sealers, the “new” concept
These are some of the main topics of the webinar
Certificate of Attendance
Upon satisfactory completion of this webinar, participants will be awarded with 1.5 Certified CPD credit hours. To receive a certificate you need to participate in at least 90% of the live broadcast of the webinar.