Make the root canal clean
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CE Points: 2-hour category 2, limited to IODA Gold and paid Silver members only. If you are not a member or wish to upgrade your membership, please click HERE
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Description: One of the goals of cleaning and shaping of root canals is to provide adequate access for disinfecting solutions without making major preparation errors such as perforations, canal transportations, instrument fractures or unnecessary tooth structure removal. This lecture aims to address some strategies to improve efficacy of this phase of the root canal treatment with tips to reduce probabilities of procedural mishaps.
Learning Objectives: Upon completion, participants will be able to:
1. Understand the importance of access cavity preparation and its impact on the root canal treatment.
2. Understand the importance of irrigation and disinfection of the canal system and debris removal.
3. Improve their skills on efficient canal preparation while reducing procedural mishaps.
Speaker: Dr.Farzad Salehipour, FRCD(C) is a certified endodontist and a Fellow of the Royal College of Dentists of Canada. He completed his dentistry training at Shiraz University (1995), his specialty training in Endodontics at Tehran University (2000). He was an Assistant Professor in Endodontics at Tabriz University (2000-2002). He practiced limited to Endodontics in Tehran from 2002-2009 before he immigrated to Canada. He completed the Dental Specialty Assessment and Training Program in Endodontics at the University of Toronto in 2012 and has since been practicing in Toronto while also teaching as a Clinical Instructor at the University of Toronto. His hobby is cycling as he says “it runs in endodontists’ genes”