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1,5 CPD Hours
A thorough knowledge of the normal tooth and root canal morphology is a basic requirement for the success of an endodontic treatment. Over the last decades the root canal morphology was thoroughly examined using different techniques and nowadays it is well established that the root and root canal anatomy are extremely complex. In addition to the variations in the root canal configuration and accessory canal morphology (root/root canal number, size or shape) a wide range of developmental root canal anomalies exist. C-shaped canals, dens invaginatus, dens evaginatus, taurodontism, dilacerations and palato-gingival grooves are examples of aberrant anatomies that the clinician is called to treat in the everyday practice.
These anatomical deviations are directly associated with the pulp and periapical diseases and therefore establishing a correct treatment approach is important in order to achieve a successful outcome.
The preoperative assessment of the morphological complexity allows to predict all the practical difficulties that the clinician will encounter during the treatment. The purpose of this webinar is to examine some cases exhibiting some unusual anatomical characteristics and step by step discuss how to deal with them.
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.