The key to successful Endodontics is a grasp of the basic principles of treatment. Meticulous attention to detail in following the dictates of the Endodontic Triad, microbial control, cleaning & shaping, and seal of the canal system, is a requirement to achieve this goal.
ENDO 101 presents a philosophy of treatment grounded in these principles and coupled with over fifty years of clinical experience. Today’s technological advances are integrated with these basic principles to achieve endodon- tic success with more ease, decreased stress, in less time and with greater consistency of achieving favorable results.
ENDO 102 involves establishing a Glide Path, with an M4 reciprocating contra angle. This time honored device decreases hand, wrist, and mental fatigue. If you can establish working length with a # 10 .02 stainless steel hand file you can clean and shape the canal to ideal proportions with time little & effort. This approach is compatible with all of the rotary instrumentation systems available today. Seal of the canal system, the base of the Endodontic Triad, will be explored with emphasis on the latest technical root canal filling materials
The Endodontic Triad -- the keys to success
The Mandibular Block Revisited
Simplified Rubber Dam Application
The Five Rules of Access Preparation
Crown Down Philosophy & Technique
Understanding the Foramen Finder
Importance of Irrigation and a look at the newest systems & devices
The Glide Path and how it relates to cleaning and shaping
Nickel Titanium Rotary File, metallurgy and use
Advantages of the Twisted File
A Simplified, step by step, Instrumentation Technique
Sealing the Canal System with 3D condensation using SuperEndo-β (Beta) technology
Endogastritis: its causes and cures
Check-in: 8:30 AM Program time: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
UT Health San Antonio, School of Dentistry
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