Clinical Endodontics Certificate
The course will comprise of lectures, practicals (hands-on) and seminars. This is a 6 months course over 12 days leading to a postgraduate Certificate in Clinical Endodontics from the British Academy of Restorative Dentistry. Successful completion of the 6-months course will allow entrance to the examination for the Certificate in Clinical Endodontics. This will include MCQ Examination and Case Studies. If you attend all 3 modules of the Certificate course, you will attain est. 84 CME.
Group 3 started on 21 March 2019. A delegate could start the programme from Module 2 (19-22 June 2019) and compensate Module 1 with Group 4. As the modules are not required to be completed in a consecutive way, this will not impact the learning experience of the delegates in anyway.
Module 1 | Fundamental of Endodontics
Group 1: 20-23 April 2017 (4 days) | Group 2: 22-25 February 2018 (4 days) | Group 3: 21-24 March 2019 (4 days)
Programme outline: Introduction to contemporary endodontics. Understanding of instrument design and its effect on the prevention of iatrogenic errors.
Hands-on: Hand filing and lateral compaction techniques.
Module 2 | Aetiology and Diagnosis of Endodontic Disease
Group 1: 27-30 July 2017 (4 days) | Group 2: 26-29 April 2018 (4 days) | Group 3: 19-22 June 2019 (4 days)
Programme outline: Microbiology of endodontic disease and its relationship with the host immune response.
Hands-on: Rotary NiTi and thermoplastic obturation techniques.
Module 3 | Traumatic Injury, Pain and its Management
Group 1: 12-15 October 2017 (4 days) | Group 2: 16-19 August 2018 (4 days) | Group 3: 26-29 September 2019 (4 days)
Programme outline: Emergency endodontics and diagnosis in depth. Odontogenic and non-odontogenic pain. Diagnosis and management.
Hands-on: Rotary Niti and advanced thermoplastic obturation techniques.
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