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20:00 Greece Time
1,5 CPD Hours
Endodontic treatment is considered one of the most technique-sensitive clinical procedures in dentistry. The more predictable we can make each step of the process, the greater our confidence to tackle endodontic cases that present in our practice. Often-times when we come across an unexpected difficulty or complication, its root cause can be tracked back to some inconsistency during a previous step of the procedure. Therefore, attention to detail is paramount at every stage; within this context it is useful to establish efficient ways to check our progress at successive points throughout treatment.
A deep understanding of certain key concepts, together with adopting a critical approach to each individual case, help us devise a customised treatment plan to address the anticipated challenges, instead of relying solely on a fixed protocol. What information can we glean from the pre-operative radiograph that may guide our treatment protocol? What is an essential prerequisite before even commencing root canal treatment on a tooth? What basic concepts can lead to predictable access and facilitate the chemo-mechanical preparation of root canals? How can we increase predictability of the obturation process? From the pre-operative assessment through to the completion of treatment, each step involves details that can make the difference between a successful or unsuccessful treatment, between a smooth and pleasant or a tough and stressful evening in the office. The purpose of this presentation is not to outline all possible factors affecting endodontic outcomes; it is rather to focus on a number of key concepts which significantly increase predictability of each step of treatment. It is also to share practical knowledge and every-day clinical tips that can be readily used by general practitioners performing endodontics in their own practice.
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.