Anatomical variation in endodontics (non-surgical and surgical) LAUNCESTON

Wed 14 September 2022 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Anatomical variation in endodontics (non-surgical and surgical) LAUNCESTON

Dental anatomy is well-understood and there is not much more to learn, right? Maybe not…

Root canal anatomy for every tooth is variable. There is no cookbook recipe. This presentation will cover variations of root canal anatomy, as well as an under-reported surgical anatomy in the anterior maxilla. It will be a repeat of the lecture held in Hobart on 3 August.

You will learn:

  • the different root canal anatomy for each tooth type
  • the clinical steps in identifying canal anatomy and their variations
  • the presence of a neurovascular canal in maxillary anterior.

Presented by Dr Chee Wei Yeap

Held in conjunction with 

CPD hours: 1.5 clinical hours

RSVP by 7 September 2022. 

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Dr. Chee Wei Yeap

Dr Chee Wei Yeap completed his BDS degree in 2011 at the University of Malaya in Kuala Lumpur. Chee Wei has worked in private and public practice in Malaysia for several years before undertaking his specialist endodontic training in Australia. He completed the Doctor of Clinical Dentistry in Endodontics at The University of Melbourne in 2021 and was awarded best postgraduate clinical case report in the same year.

Chee Wei always has a special interest in anatomy. During his specialist training, Chee Wei conducted a CBCT study on a less-reported neurovascular canal in the anterior maxilla and his research on canalis sinuosus was published in Australian Dental Journal.

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