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Surgical Endodontics for the GDP

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Dental Academy

Theory and hands-on delegate

During this course delegates will hear the published indications for surgical endodontics as well as the Presenters translation of ‘what these really mean’. The group will also discuss those cases not suitable for surgical endodontics.  The speaker will cover the minimum requirement in terms of investment in equipment. Delegates will also get the opportunity to put into action these new skills and ideas in a hands on practical session to finish.

Course Code

SCI-DA-SEGDP

Course Date

5th July 2017

Course Fee

£80.00
Course Description

Speaker(s):

Peter Raftery graduated from Trinity College Dublin in 2003. After a stint in general practice in Oxford, Peter began his specialist training in Endodontology at the Eastman Dental Hospital, London, in 2007. Upon completion of training Peter passed the endodontic exit exams from the Royal Colleges of London and of Edinburgh and has since worked in endodontic private practice in Portsmouth area. Peter established his own practice – Hampshire Endodontics – as well as the Hampshire Endodontic Study Club. Peter spends one day a week at the UPDA supervising Kings College London dental students.

Details:

GDPs able to offer simple surgical endodontics can instantly position themselves apart from most others. Those able to offer surgical endodontics can instantly increase their endodontic success rates – since less cases must be condemned as definitively failed. Recently published endodontic microsurgery success rates will surprise most delegates.

Objectives:

By attending this course the candidates will
1. learn about indications of surgical endodontics
2. discuss the armamentarium necessary for modern endodontic microsurgery
3. will have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience of performing an apicectomy

Due to equipment restrictions places are limited for the hands-on element of this course, however, delegates are still able to attend for the theory element of the course.

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