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academic expert in advanced endodontics

paris - september 2023

University expert in advanced endodontics

Director: Dr. Rafael Ibañez Barranco
Starting date: 8 September 2023
Number of places: 8 maximum
Training: Face to face – Paris
Type of training: Academic expert

Training programme

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Our Expert in Advanced Endodontics is designed to give our students the knowledge and skills they need to diagnose, treat and resolve complications from their treatments. It’s a very comprehensive qualification, adapted to the latest technological advances.

Who is it aimed at? Graduates in dentistry and/or stomatology.

Programme and timetable

All modules start on Friday at 9.00am and finish on Saturday at 2.00pm. Except for module 5, which includes Thursday afternoon.

Dates: 8 and 9 september 2021

– Pulpal-periapical pathology: clinic and diagnosis, periapical processes and apical cysts. – Endodontic anatomy: pulp cavity, number of canals, number of roots, types of canals, 3D anatomy.
– Coronal access cavity: principles, instruments and surgical technique. Ultrasound for opening the chamber, access cavities, location of the canal.
– Working length: radiographic technique, electronic apex locators, etc. Glidepath, Preflaring, Patency.
– Opening and locating canals: Preflaring and Glidepath.
– Pain control in endodontics.
– Radiological diagnosis and periapical pathology. Isolation in endodontics.
– Successes and failures in endodontics.
– Practice: design of opening and access, location of canals on extracted and plaster-mounted teeth.

Dates: 6 and 7 October

– General, biological and mechanical principles of root canal preparation.
– NI-TI alloy: torsional stress, bending stress or clinical fatigue.
– Rules for using rotary files.
– Biomechanical preparation with manual instruments.
– General principles of mechano-rotary instrumentation.
– Crown-Down techniques.
– Simultaneous technique.
– Types of systems: continuous and alternating.
– Endodontic tooth reconstruction.
– Practice: biomechanical preparation of canals with the various rotary systems and reconstruction of extracted teeth in plastic blocks.

Dates: 10 and 11 November

– Bacterial biofilms in endodontics.
– Endodontic microbiology.
– Intra-canal medication; one or two sessions.
– Irrigation of canals: irrigation solutions, instruments.
– Irrigator activation system.
– Antibiotic therapy and analgesia in endodontics.
– Medico-legal aspects of endodontic treatment.
– Dental traumatology (clinical cases).

Dates: 1 and 2 December

– Root canal filling:
– Objectives, prerequisites, instruments and materials.
– Obturation techniques: single cone, thermoplasty with continuous heat wave, thermoplasty with rod, bioceramics.
– Controversy between endodontics and implants: Endodontic-implant pathology.
– Complications and accidents in access and biomechanical preparation.
– Complications and accidents during filling.
– Cracked tooth: clinic, diagnosis and treatment.
– Reconstruction of the endodontic tooth using direct and indirect techniques.
– Practice: filling canals with thermoplastic techniques.

Dates: 19 and 20 January

– Bioceramic cements.
– Root resorption.
– Endodontic treatment of teeth with reversible pulpitis.
– Endodontic treatment of teeth with immature apices: apicogenesis, apicoformation.
– Pulp regeneration therapy (clinical protocol).
– Internal bleaching of teeth.
– Radiovisiography and CBCT in endodontic diagnosis.
– TFE presentation.
– Practical: Endodontics on the patient.