Anatomically Driven Biologic Endocontics: A Hands On Lecture

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Anatomically Driven Biologic Endocontics: A Hands On Lecture
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Next Level Endodontics - Putting theory into practice says
Course Description
The biologic mandate of successful endodontic treatment outcome is a healthy apical periodontium and long-term survival of the tooth. These objectives are achieved by meticulous disinfection of the root canal space, avoiding excessive removal of dentin, and optimal sealing of the root canal and coronal spaces.

The super elasticity and shape-memory of the alloy used in XP instruments facilitates expansion and adaptation into canal morphology where traditional in-th-round NiTi files are unable to reach with any marginal safety. This enables maximum debridement and disinfection without changes to the original canal shape and ensures minimal removal of intra-canal dentin. This ultra-conservative root treatment can then be filled using bioceramic technologies that do not require excessive preparation in the coronal component of the root canal space to accommodate obturation procedures.

This conservative root treatment allows an endodontic restorative synchronicity not previously achievable to return the treated tooth to its functional and harmonious integration in the dentition.

New revolutionary instruments access areas that traditional "round" NiTi cannot safely reach. These "virtual core" instruments clean to the maximum natural diameter while optimizing root strength. This conservative root treatement is completed by bioceramic root filling technology that does not shrink, wash out or require excessive coronal preparation. These new evolutionary generation of 3D cleaning files and biocermaic technologies will obviate the shortcomings of round files with legacy filling techniques.

Learning Objectives
Recognize the shortcomings of traditional files that produce round shapes
Utilize the addition of 3D files to clean maximal diameters with conservative dentin removal
Implement the use of bioceramic sealer in both cold and warm hydraulic techniques
Comprehend the scientifically based biologic requirements for endodontic success
Become cognizant and comfortable with the latest generation of technologies in endodontics to clinically obtain the essential biologic goals for success

Participants Should Bring
1-2 extracted teeth accessed for endodontic treatment

Presented By
Martin Trope, BDS, MS
Martin Trope was born in Johannesburg, South Africa where he earned his BDS degree in dentistry in 1976. From 1976 to 1980, he practiced general dentistry and endodontics. In 1980 he moved to Philadelphia to specialize in Endodontics at the University of Pennsylvania. After graduating as an endodontist, he continued at the University of Pennsylvania as a faculty member in 1989 when he became Chair of Endodontology at Temple University, School of Dentistry.
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