Core Skills for Predictable Endodontic Outcomes From diagnosis to obturation
CPD Ho urs
Hobart Wrest Point 410 Sandy Bay Road Sandy Bay TAS 7005
Date Saturday 12 September 2020
Time Registration 8.30AM Start 9.00AM Finish 5.00PM
Cost $448 | Early bird $560 | Full price
Dr Averil Tse BDS DCD(Endo) Course Outline Recent advances and improvements in technology allows us to achieve excellent clinical results for more predictable endodontic outcomes. These include diagnostic imaging, superior magnification and illumination, use of new metallurgy in endodontic instruments and enhancements to current disinfection techniques. Averil's presentation and hands-on workshop will cover all of these aspects in this comprehensive full-day course.
Course Topics The importance of a correct diagnosis and the use of clinical tests and contemporary imaging techniques such as high volume, low field of view CBCT scans Conservative access preparations and dentine preservation The latest rotary NiTi technology and innovation Strategies to consistently achieve accuracy with electronic apex location How to achieve optimal disinfection of the root canal system Obturation techniques to achieve predictability and consistency
What to Bring Participants are asked to bring their own loupes and extracted teeth with access cavities prepared
*Register 4 weeks before the course date to receive the Early Bird price. All prices include GST.
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Learning Objectives Appropriate diagnosis and treatment planning, interpretation of special tests and advanced imaging Use of magnification and illumination to design a conservative endodontic access Location of difficult anatomy e.g. MB2, additional lingual canal in lower incisors, bifurcating canals. Understand the range of endodontic armamentarium available for appropriate case selection Appreciate the importance of canal disinfection, the vital role of adequate irrigation and how to improve its efficacy Understand the various modern obturation techniques and which is most appropriate to achieve predictable results
Dr Averil Tse Averil carried out her undergraduate dental training at the University of Otago, New Zealand, graduating with Distinction in 2001. Averil obtained her specialist training in endodontics at the University of Melbourne, graduating with a Doctor of Clinical Dentistry in 2009. Averil works in specialist private practice in Melbourne. Averil is involved in undergraduate and postgraduate teaching at the University of Melbourne and La Trobe University in Bendigo. Averil has lectured on a wide range of topics, including diagnosis and management of cracked teeth, prevention and repair of perforations and management of trauma, at a regional and national level. Averil has a special interest in the management of traumatic dental injuries and cracked teeth.
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