Clinical Endodontics Certificate & Diploma Programme

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Diploma

Clinical Endodontics Diploma

Level 2 | 2 Modules | 8 Days | 56 CME

The Diploma Level 2 consists of lectures, hands-on training and seminars. This is a 4 months course over 8 days leading to a Postgraduate Diploma in Clinical Endodontics. In order to graduate a participant must first have successfully completed the Certificate Course and will need to pass a MCQ Exam. The Diploma Level 2 part of the programme is accredited for 54 CME.


Group 3 & 4

Module 4 | Restoration of Endodontically Treated Teeth | 4 days
Group 3: 30 January – 02 February 2020 | Group 4: 09-12 October 2021 | Group 5: September 2022 (4 days)

Programme outline: The Principles of Occlusion in Advanced Restorative Dentistry. Occlusion Examination. Post and Core Techniques. The restorative endodontic Interface. Plastic restoration, posts, intra and extra-coronal restorations, cuspal coverage amalgam vs composite. Adhesive Techniques for Restoration of the Root Filled Tooth.

Hands-on training: Occlusal examination. Facebows and jaw registration. Shenker, Duralay & Fibre post preps. Posterior Class 1 and Class 2 composites for posterior root filled teeth. Posterior porcelain onlays for posterior root-filled teeth. Placement of core restorations and post-retained restorations.

Module 5 | Management of Endodontic Failure | 4 days
Group 3: 03-04 September 2021 (2 days as due to COVID-19 the theory part was taught online) | Group 4: September 2021 | Group 5: December 2022 (4 days)

Programme outline: Rational behind non-surgical endodontic retreatment. Disassembly of commonly used obturation materials. Removal of obturation materials. Disinfection during retreatment. The 3-dimensional anatomy of root canal systems and its relation to root canal treatment failure. Outcome studies on non-surgical root canal treatment. Prevention and management of broken endodontic instruments. Calcium silicate cements and their application during non-surgical retreatment. Microsurgical Endodontics. Local anesthesia for surgery, flap design, osteotomy preparation, root end resection and retrograde preparation with microsurgical instruments, precision root end filling with calcium silicate cements and putty, suturing techniques.

Hands-on training: Re-treatment of common endodontic obturation materials. Removal of gutta-percha fillings. Removal of carrier-based materials. Removal of fiber posts. Broken instrument removal and bypassing. Pulp floor perforation repair. Internal resorption defect management. Apical plug placement. Hands-on training using sheep cadaveric specimens and microscopes.


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Group 1 & 2

Module 4 | Dental Resorption and Pattern of Tooth Fracture & Implant Prosthodontics
Group 1: 25-28 January 2018 (4 days) | Group 2: 24-27 October 2018 (4 days) 

Programme outline: Understanding advanced endodontic problems. Handling endodontic failure alternatives related to implants.

Hands-on training: Reciprocating Niti and carrier-based thermoplastic obturation techniques & Implant prosthetic and surgery on phantom heads.

Module 5 | Restoration of Endodontically Treated Teeth
Group 1: 05-08 April 2018 (4 days) | Group 2: 27 February – 02 March 2019 (4 days) 

Programme outline: The Principles of Occlusion in Advanced Restorative Dentistry. Occlusion Examination. Post and Core Techniques. The restorative endodontic Interface. Plastic restoration, posts, intra and extra-coronal restorations, cuspal coverage amalgam vs composite. Adhesive Techniques for Restoration of the Root Filled Tooth.

Hands-on training: Placement of core restorations and post-retained restorations.

Module 6 | Management of Endodontic Failure
Group 1: 05-08 July 2018 (4 days) | Group 2: 17-20 April 2019 (4 days)

Programme outline: Rational behind non-surgical endodontic retreatment. Disassembly of commonly used obturation materials. Removal of obturation materials. Disinfection during retreatment. The 3-dimensional anatomy of root canal systems and its relation to root canal treatment failure. Outcome studies on non-surgical root canal treatment. Prevention and management of broken endodontic instruments. Calcium silicate cements and their application during non-surgical retreatment. Microsurgical Endodontics. Local anesthesia for surgery, flap design, osteotomy preparation, root end resection and retrograde preparation with microsurgical instruments, precision root end filling with calcium silicate cements and putty, suturing techniques.

Hands-on training: Re-treatment of common endodontic obturation materials. Microscope powered hands-on. Removal of gutta-percha fillings. Removal of carrier-based materials. Removal of fiber posts. Broken instrument removal and bypassing. Pulp floor perforation repair. Internal resorption defect management. Apical plug placement. Hands-on training using porcine cadaveric specimens and microscopes.


View the Outline & List of Topics for Discussion (Click here)

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