Sat 03 September 2022 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Current concepts and strategies in nickel-titanium (NiTi) root canal instrumentation and filling
Rotary NiTi endodontic instrumentation is an established contemporary technique for the effective chemo-mechanical instrumentation of root canals. In recent times, newer heat-treated NiTi alloys have become available offering additional benefits to supplement the traditional super-elastic alloy.
This program, including morning lectures followed by an afternoon of hands-on practice, will review the current understanding of the basis for the newer alloys and enable participants to trial the VDW instrumentation and root filling options and protocols. At the conclusion of the course, participants should be able to describe and apply:
- the role of small hand instruments in contemporary endodontic instrumentation
- biological principles of endodontic therapy
- practical considerations of rotary NiTi techniques, with a focus on the modified Mtwo® system, VDW-Rotate™, and Reciproc® blue systems
- criteria for optimal root canal filling
- concepts of root canal filling using thermoplastic techniques including the Beefill® 2-in-1 unit and the Guttafusion® technique.
Presented by Professor Peter Parashos and Dr Chee Wei Yeap.
Held in conjunction with
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CPD hours: 6 clinical hours
RSVP by 20 August.
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Professor Peter Parashos
Professor Peter Parashos graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1980 and earned his MDSc in 1989 and PhD in 2004. He is a fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons, the American College of Dentists, the International College of Dentists and the International Association for Dental Traumatology.
Professor Parashos recently retired as inaugural Chair and Professor of Endodontics, Head of Restorative Dentistry, Head of Endodontics, and Convener of Postgraduate Endodontics at the University of Melbourne after some 16 years in those positions. He is currently a professorial fellow, lectures extensively, is active in research, has published 124 papers in peer reviewed journals nationally and internationally and written two book chapters. Professor Parashos is associate editor of the endodontics section of the journal 'Dental Traumatology' and is on the boards of several other international endodontic journals.