Demystifying Molar Endodontics 2020

Overview

Molar endodontics often present with various challenges to the clinician. These may include difficulty in isolation, access preparation, negotiation of curved/calcified canals, disinfection and obturation. Therefore, this course is designed for dental practitioners who wish to perform molar endodontics with higher confidence and predictable clinical outcome. It will focus on a systematic clinical diagnostic and treatment protocol in the endodontic management of molar teeth with minimal to moderate difficulty.


The first part (15th-17th May 2020) of the course includes three days of lectures, demonstrations and hands-on workshops on extracted teeth highlighting the benefits of illumination/magnification using operating microscopes, ultrasonics, advanced rotary canal preparation, newer irrigation devices, thermoplasticised obturation techniques/systems and latest bulkfil materials to achieve predictable coronal seal.


The second part (2 August 2020) includes 4 mentoring sessions, case based learning, reflection and discussion.


Certificate of attendance with CPD points will be provided at end of the course.


To be eligible for a certificate of successful completion of training in molar endodontics, participants will submit a reflective report of 1 completed case for assessment.


Upon completion of the programme, the candidate should be able to:

  • apply the fundamental knowledge of endodontics in clinical practice
  • manage endodontic cases with a high degree of predictability


Highlights

  • Mentoring sessions by experienced endodontists
  • Hands-on experience using dental operating microscope & loupes
  • Bring home materials and instruments worth more than RM1,000
  • Collect CPD points

 

Course Content 

Day 1 (15 May 2020)

  • Pathogenesis and diagnosis of pulpal and periradicular disease
  • Pain management and local anaesthetic techniques
  • Isolation techniques using rubber dam
  • Role of CBCT in endodontics
  • Operative microscope in endodontics
  • Molar teeth access cavity preparation
  • Use of Ultrasonics in access cavity preparation and finding MB2 canals
  • Root canal anatomy and implications for root canal treatment


Day 2 (16 May 2020)

  • Importance and strategies to achieve glide path
  • Rotary endodontics using latest instruments
  • Latest concepts and techniques to achieve disinfection of the root canal system
  • Management of curved canals
  • Three dimensional obturtation systems
  • Prevention and management of ledge formation


Day 3 (17 May 2020)

  • Importance of coronal seal
  • Latest bulkfill material in post endodontic restoration
  • Concepts and solutions to restore endodontically treated teeth
  • Management of badly broken down teeth
  • Problem-solving- management of perforation (Perforation repair)
  • Single vs multiple visits endodontics


Day 4 (2 August 2020)

  • Case based learning
  • Patient management in endodontics
  • Group reflection and feedback

Providers Terms

Cancellation Policy

  1. Any cancellation of registration must be made in writing to the Secretariat of Workshop on Demystifying Molar Endodontics 2020.
  2. There will be a full refund of registration fee for cancellation made by 15 March 2020.
  3. There will be a 50% refund of registration fee for cancellation made before 15 April 2020.
  4. There will be a 30% refund of registration fee for cancellation made before 30 April 2020.
  5. There will be no refund of registration fee for cancellations made after 30 April 2020.
  6. The Organiser reserves the right to cancel or change the topic of the programme, if for whatever reasons beyond its control, the programme cannot be held as scheduled or the topics need to be altered.

Disclaimer 

The organiser reserves the right to make such alterations to the programmes as circumstances dictate and will not accept responsibility for any errors, omissions or changes made to the speakers’ information. The views and opinions expressed by the speakers at this workshop are not necessarily the views and opinions of the organiser.

The fees for this course may vary based on currency exchange. Please follow the ticket selection button to the Course Provider website to view courses as listed in Malaysian Ringgit.

Tickets:
Course Fee$1,340Select
Contact Hours:

28.0 hrs

When:

Fri, 15 May 2020

Start Time:

9:00 AM

Duration:

4 Days

Format:

Lectures, Demonstration and Hands-on Workshop

Language:

English

Venue:

International Medical University

Address:
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126, Jln Jalil Perkasa 19, Bukit Jalil,
Kuala Lumpur, Kuala Lumpur,
Malaysia, 57000

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Speaker(s):
Abhishek parolian  edited image

Dr Abhishek Parolia

BDS (Manipal), MDS (Manipal), MFDSRCPS (Glasgow) Senior Lecturer, School of Dentistry, International Medical University Malaysia

Dr Abhishek Parolia graduated from Manipal University and awarded a gold medal in Conservative Dentistry and Endodontics. He has been very active in practicing Endodontics and training young dentists for more than 12 years and has a vast experience of rotary endodontics and retreatment cases. He received a Research Incentive Award in 2010 and 2011 from Manipal University and Marquis Award (USA) in 2011. He was awarded for his significant contribution as a newcomer in 2011, Invaluable contribution in leading ICDAS initiative in 2014, E-learning Innovation Award (Team category) in 2016 and best faculty presentation (ERG) in International Association of Dental Research (IADR) held in San Francisco, USA, 2017. He has also been selected as a reviewer for Cariology Research, International Association of Dental Research (IADR)/PER, 2017-2018 and nominated for the secretary post, 2018-2019 and vice president post, 2019-2020 IADR Cariology group. He is a member of ICDAS National Benchmark Group, Malaysia. He has published more than 50 scientific papers in national and international peer-reviewed journals and authored chapters in three text books. He has conducted workshops and lectured locally and internationally at many countries namely India, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand, Dubai, Brazil, Australia and Canada.

Shekhar bhatia

Dr Shekhar Bhatia

BDS (Manipal), MDS (Mysore) Senior Lecturer, School of Dentistry, International Medical University Malaysia

He graduated from Manipal University, India (2001-2006) and specialized in Conservative Dentistry and Endodontics from J.S.S Dental College and Hospital Mysore, India (2007-2010). He is presently working as a lecturer in International Medical University. He was awarded Teaching Excellence Award and John Simpson trophy in 2016. He is a member of various national and international dental associations and has multiple publications in peer reviewed journals. He has special interest in rotary endodontics, disinfection in endodontics, single visit endodontics and esthetic restorations.

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Prof Seow Liang Lin

BDS (Malaya), MSc (London), FDSRCS (England), PhD (Malaya) Clinical Professor, School of Dentistry, International Medical University Malaysia

Prof. Seow is currently the Associate Dean for the School of Dentistry at the International Medical University, Kuala Lumpur. She obtained her BDS degree from University of Malaya, master degree from Eastman Dental Institute and PhD degree from University of Manchester/ University of Malaya with scholarships from PETRONAS and University of Commonwealth respectively. Her areas of interest include fixed prosthodontics, aesthetics, direct composite restorations, adhesion and cariology. She has been awarded the best oral presentation at the 20th Anniversary CEREC Symposium, FDI World Congress, Asian Academy of Prosthodontics Congress, Singapore IDEM, Travel Award at the 12th International Association for Dental Research (IADR, SEA Division). She is the Founding President of Malaysian Association for Prosthodontics and currently the president of the Asian Academy of Prosthodontics. She was the Honorary Publication Secretary for Malaysian Dental Association for three consecutive terms (2007-2010) and had held the position of secretary and council member of the International Association for Dental Research (Malaysian Section). She is also the Council Member for the Malaysian Association for Aesthetic Dentistry. She is also an appointed examiner for the MFDS examination of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh.


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