Modern endodontics: from pulp chamber opening to apical sealing

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Course Description

This course provides the base techniques of endodontics, the different methods of pulp chamber opening, apical sealing and describes the various instruments available.
  • Goals, anatomy opening the pulp chamber
  • Glide path and shaping
  • Cleaning, obturation and treatment
  • Whitening, MTA and restoration
  • Importance of isolating the treatment area and the treatment plan
  • Root fractures: vertical, horizontal, incomplete, complete
  • Introduction to the anatomy and design of the pulp chamber
  • Characteristics of nickel-titanium (Ni-Ti) alloy
  • Endodontics today and its evolution

Speakers:

Dr. Mario Mancini

Dr. Mario Mancini

1992 - Graduated in Medicine and Surgery at “Alma Mater Studiorum” Bologna University
2001 - Counselor for 5 years in Periodontology with Prof. M. Calandriello at Bologna University. Graduates in Dentistry and Prosthesis.
Since 1997 member of Study Club Dr. Arnaldo Castellucci.
2002 – active member of Società Italiana di Endodonzia.
Author of many articles on national newspapers and lecturer in numerous conferences on endodontics and restorative dentistry.
2008 – Co-founder and advisor of Associazione Sammarinese of Dentistry and Medicine.
2008 – 2012 - Cultural Secretary of Sezione Marchigiana of the Società Italiana di Endodonzia.

Dr. Mario Mancini has signed a declaration informing he has had no conflict of interest with any commercial party in the two years prior the recording of the course.


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