Minimally Invasive Dentistry; Root Canal; Endodontics event

Access Cavity Preparation: Finding and Locating Canals in Easy and Difficult Situations

Topic A

Learning objectives

  • Define the objectives of access cavity
  • Understand pulp chamber and root canal anatomies
  • Describe the material used during preparation: burs, ultrasonics, loupes, microscopes…
  • Describe the technique of performing minimal invasive access cavity in all cases

Keywords

Access Cavity, Preparation, Difficult situations

Speakers:

Dr Edward Rizk
Dr Hares Sater
Assist. Prof. Edgard Jabbour

Cleaning and Shaping Root Canals: The Use of Mechanical NITI Instrumentation combined with Efficient Irrigation, to Explore, Shape and Clean Easy, Narrow and Curved Canals

Topic B

Learning objectives

  • Describe objectives of cleaning and shaping and to explain how to determine when these have been achieved
  • Describe the different root canal shapes and curvatures and the apex anatomy
  • Recognize the importance of tooth isolation and technique of positioning rubber dam
  • Describe the fabrication, geometry and dynamic of action of shaping stainless steel and NiTi instruments
  • Understand the advantages of NiTi Rotary and Reciproc instruments and how to use them in shaping easy moderate and difficult canals
  • Understand the role of apex locators in defining accurate working length
  • Describe the different types of irrigants and chelating agents used to achieve optimal cleaning
  • Current concept strategies and techniques of shaping root canals: from large to narrow and curved canals
  • Explain how to avoid mishaps: ledges, perforations, blockages and fracture of instruments…
  • Discuss the need and role of intracanal medication
  • Understand the importance of temporary filling materials and how to place and remove them

Keywords

Cleaning, Shaping, Root canal, NITI

Speakers:

Dr Edward Rizk
Dr Hares Sater
Assist. Prof. Edgard Jabbour

Minimal Intervention Dentistry: From Prevention to Restoration

Topic C

Learning objectives

  • Minimal Intervention Dentistry – implementing strategies into clinical practice
  • Etiological factors linking caries, erosion and dentine hypersensitivity
  • The 3 D’s of dentistry: Detect, Describe and Diagnose
  • Fluoride and non-fluoride therapies
  • In-office and at-home care strategies, making them easy and predictable
  • Tooth preserving restorative techniques and materials

Keywords

Minimal intervention, Prevention, Restoration

Speakers:

Dr Elia Sfeir

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Date

07 Aug / 08 August 2018

Location

Jordan

Type of event

CE Programme

Organizer

Jordan Dental Association