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North America 5 CE score (Category 2)

139CA $
in Language: English
category: Webinar
   

 

Day 1: May the 30th  2020

Topic: Diagnosis and Treatment Planning

After attending this lecture, the participants should be able to :

  • 1. Understand the importance of the medical and dental histories to endodontic diagnosis.
  • 2. Conduct a comprehensive extraoral and intraoral examinations of both hard and soft tissues, including the application of pulp sensitivity tests.
  • 3. Consolidate all data from the history, clinical examination, and radiographic exam to form a diagnosis of pulpal and periapical conditions using appropriate terminology.
  • 4. Integrate the endodontic diagnosis and treatment plan into an overall treatment plan.

 

Day 2: June the 1st  2020

Topic: Endodontic Emergencies

After attending this lecture, the participants should be able to :

  • 1. Identify causes of emergencies as they occur before treatment, between appointments, and after obturation
  • 2. Describe when pretreatment emergencies might occur and how to manage these emergencies
  • 3. Outline the steps involved in treatment of teeth with vital and non-vital pulps as well ad teeth with acute apical abscess and the indications and procedure for incision and drainage
  • 4. Detail pharmacologic supportive therapy (analgesics, anxiolytics, antibiotics, and anti-inflammatory agents) used in emergencies and its role in controlling pain and infection

 

Day 3: June the 3rd  2020

Topic: Techniques of Cleaning and shaping root canals

After attending this lecture, the participants should be able to :

  • 1. State reasons and describe strategies for enlarging the cervical portion of the canal to promote straight-line access
  • 2. Describe the objectives for biomechanical cleaning and shaping
  • 3. Describe techniques for shaping canals

 

Day 4: June the 4th  2020

Topic: Success and Failure

After attending this lecture, the participants should be able to :

  • 1. Describe signs and symptoms of successful and unsuccessful treatments
  • 2. Describe the most common modalities to determine success or failure.
  • 3. State the outcomes of surgical and non- surgical root canal treatment as well as single implants