Modern endodontics is based on minimally invasive principles aimed at preserving the structural integrity of the treated dental element. These principles must be respected at all stages of the endodontic procedure, starting with the access cavity up to the obturation of the root canal system. Thanks to magnifying systems, the introduction of new shaping tools conceived with modern designs and highly performing alloys, it is now possible to obtain repeatable and predictable results.
The theoretical-practical course of Clinical Endodontics offers participants the opportunity to learn all the procedures necessary to achieve these objectives. Diagnosis, treatment plan and protocols necessary for the execution of a modern Endodontics are carefully studied through the presentation of clinical cases, analysis and discussion of the most recent literature, video projection and live demonstration under the microscope illustrating the different techniques and operating phases .
Furthermore, during the practical part the participants will carry out numerous complete endodontic treatments (from the opening of the access cavity to the three-dimensional filling of the root canal system) on simulators and extracted teeth, all under the constant and careful guidance of the Speakers.