Essence of Endodontics: Let’s Rewind.
Dr. Mahmoud Ektefaie, DMD, MSc, FRCD(C)
Certified Specialist in Endodontics
Any registered and active member of the British Columbia Dental Association (BCDA) can earn up to 30 hours of CE credits.
Registration: (IS NOW CLOSED)
Registration is now open for the 2014/2015 cycle. Two available categories:
- Category A (Lecture Only):
Six lectures, up to 24 hours of CE credits.
- Category B (Lecture/Hands-On):
Six lectures and two lab sessions, up to 30 hours of CE credits.
Note: participants registering for Category B are required to bring their own endodontic instruments and equipment along with extracted teeth and magnification devices to each lab session. A list of required items will be supplied prior to each session. An endo access kit, hand-files and certain rotary files will be supplied.
- Pulpal & Periapical Structures
- Pulpal & Periapical Pathology
- Endodontic Radiography
- Endodontic Diagnosis
- Cracked Teeth
- Odontogenic Pain & Pain Management
- Emergency Treatment
- Anesthesia in Endodontics
- Basic Armamentarium & Setups
- Tooth Isolation
- Endodontic Success & Failure
- Endodontic Anatomy
- Access Cavity Preparations
- Endodontic Files
- Instrumentation (“Shaping Stage”)
- Working Length Determination
- Irrigation (“Cleaning stage”)
- Activation of Irrigation
- Clinic #1: access preparation, canal location and instrumentation.
- Obturation Materials
- Obturation Techniques
- Endodontic Retreatment
- Restoration of Endodontically Treated Teeth
- Internal Bleaching
- Vital Pulp Therapy
- Traumatic Dental Injuries
- Clinic #2: instrumentation, obturation and retreatment.
(Last updated: September 2015)