This course will lead the participants through the process of understanding the principles of the design of the access cavity in regard to their influences on the direct clinical outcome of the endodontic treatment performed.
In the beginning of the Minimal Invasive Endodontics era, both general dentists and endodontists should critically analyze and judge the benefits and drawbacks of the new clinical procedures, which are started to be taught.
This course aims to let the dental professionals understand more closely the aspects of the scientifically support of the clinical steps, thus trying to better integrate the results of the surrogate outcome studies into a desired direct outcome result.
A. Brief overview of how outcomes are measured in Endodontics
B. Overview of the traditional principles of the access cavity design
C. Newly introduced terms, clinical principles in the design of the access cavities
D. Evidence based review of the influence of the access design on the outcome
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Dr. Roberto Cristescu has no relevant commercial relationships.
Dr. Cristescu graduated from the Dental Medicine School UMF Carol Davila, Bucharest in 2004, then received his Master’s degree in biomaterials at Politechnics University Bucharest in 2006. He received his specialization in endodontics at ACTA, Amsterdam, The Netherlands in 2011. He is currently has a practice limited to endodontics in Amsterdam and is an associate clinical teacher at Warwick Dentistry, Warwick Medical School, UK. He is an international lecturer and has published numerous articles on endodontics.
Root Canal Instrumentation Chapter in Textbook of Endodontology, second edition, G.Bergenholts, Preben Horsted-Bindslev, Claes Reit
Tooth Morphology and Access Cavity Preparation in Pathways of the Pulp, 9th Edition, Stephen Cohen, Kenneth M.Hargreaves
Gluskin AH1, Peters CI1, Peters OA1. Minimally invasive endodontics: challenging prevailing paradigms. Br Dent J. 2014 Mar;216(6):347-53. doi: 10.1038/sj.bdj.2014.201
Ruddle C. Endodontic Access Preparation: An Opening for Success, Dentistry Today, 1 Feb 2007
Ruddle C., Predictable Succesful Endodontics. Dentistry Today, 1 July 2014
D. Clark, J.Khademi, E.Herbanson, Fracture resistant endodontic and restorative preparations, Dentistry Today , 14 February 2013
Hasselgren G., Reit C. Emergency pulpotomy: Pain relieving effect with and without the use of sedative dressings (1989) Journal of Endodontics, 15 (6) , pp. 254-256.
Krasner P., Rankow H.J. Anatomy of the pulp-chamber floor (2004) Journal of Endodontics, 30 (1) , pp. 5-16.
Ng, Y.-L., Mann, V. and Gulabivala, K. (2010), Tooth survival following non-surgical root canal treatment: a systematic review of the literature. International Endodontic Journal, 43: 171–189. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2591.2009.01671.x
Salehrabi, Robert et al. Endodontic Treatment Outcomes in a Large Patient Population in the USA: An Epidemiological Study Journal of Endodontics , Volume 30 , Issue 12 , 846 - 850
Ng, Y.-L., Mann, V. and Gulabivala, K. (2011), A prospective study of the factors affecting outcomes of non-surgical root canal treatment: part 2: tooth survival. International Endodontic Journal, 44: 610–625. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2591.2011.01873.x
Ng, Y.-L., Mann, V., Rahbaran, S., Lewsey, J. and Gulabivala, K. (2007), Outcome of primary root canal treatment: systematic review of the literature – Part 1. Effects of study characteristics on probability of success. International Endodontic Journal, 40: 921–939. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2591.2007.01322.x
Krishan, Rajesh et al. Impacts of Conservative Endodontic Cavity on Root Canal Instrumentation Efficacy and Resistance to Fracture Assessed in Incisors, Premolars, and Molars Journal of Endodontics , Volume 40 , Issue 8 , 1160 - 1166
Original Release Date: July 18, 2015
Review Date: TBD
*Expiration Date: July 18, 2018
*Self-instructional activities are reviewed at least once every three years, or more frequently if indicated by new scientific developments, to ensure that content is current and accurate.
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