Crafted by a team of global clinical and education experts, this comprehensive endodontics course series is evidence-based, using real-life cases to demonstrate current endodontic techniques and procedures.
You can take the free online courses at your own pace, anytime and from anywhere. Whether you are a new clinician or an experienced practitioner looking to refine your skills, these engaging courses will help increase your understanding of the latest advancements in the field. Participants can begin the course series at the level they are most comfortable: Foundational, Procedure-Based, or Mastery, and are encouraged to advance to the next level after completing each course series level.
The endodontic course series will help assist you in gaining the knowledge of endodontic materials, techniques and procedures required for clinical success at your most convenient pace. Whether you are a new clinician or an experienced practitioner looking to elevate your skills, these endodontic courses will help increase your understanding of the latest advancements in the field. Participants are encouraged to advance to the next level after completing each course series level.
These courses are ideal for those new to endodontics or looking to refresh their foundational knowledge of the field. These endodontic courses will introduce how to use a patient's medical history, self-reported symptoms and clinical exam to make a diagnosis before discussing the proper selection of 2D and CBCT radiographs. Afterwards, we'll examine pulpal diseases and their etiology, followed by an endodontics armamentarium. By the end of the four Foundational courses, you will have a concrete understanding of the basics of endodontics, allowing you to move forward to our intermediate-level course series, the Procedure-Based courses.
The intermediate-level courses are ideal for those with an established understanding of the fundamentals of endodontics or looking to refresh their basic knowledge of the field. The modules will examine endodontic therapy on three types of teeth: the anterior, premolar and molar. In addition to discussing factors that affect the outcomes of treatments, experts will examine possible challenges and the latest techniques and instruments required for clinical success. After completing the three courses, participants are encouraged to visit hands-on courses and continue to the advanced level, the Mastery course series.
The advanced-level courses are ideal for experienced clinicians interested in further refining or expanding their existing skillset. The modules will discuss nonsurgical retreatment, the management of perforations and the open apex, and the different steps when treatment needs to be done. By the end of these 4 courses, participants will be equipped with the expertise and confidence necessary to improve their practices and will have a solid knowledge-base for further development in hands-on courses.
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