Endodontic Continuum

Course Fee: $3600

30-day Early Registration: $3240

CDE Credits: 31
January 14-16 &
January 21-23, 2021
6 meeting days


cde@dentistry.ucla.edu

Thursday, Jan 14 
  12:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Friday, Jan 15 
  2:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Saturday, Jan 16 
  1:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Thursday, Jan 21 
  1:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Friday, Jan 22 
  1:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Saturday, Jan 23 
  12:00 pm - 5:00 pm

online learning through the platform CCLE (Common Collaboration and Learning Environment) 

Enrollment limited to 40

CONTACT INFO
Virtual program with hands-on “In Your Office
Live lectures and live demos online by our faculty

obturation /shaping /access /diagnosis /treatment planning

Instructors

  

Mo K. Kang DDS, PhD
Professor and Chair, Jack A. Weichman Endowed Chair of Endodontics

Shane N. White, BDentSc, MS, MA, PhD
Professor, UCLA Section of Endodontics

Nadia Chugal, DDS, MS, MPH
Diplomate, American Board of Endodontics, Clinical Professor, Program Director, Postgraduate Endodontics

David Han, DDS, MS
Lecturer and Endodontic Clinic Director, Section of Endodontics, UCLA

Insoon Chang, DDS, MS
Lecturer, Section of Endodontics, UCLA

 

This 6-session lecture/workshop course will give you the fundamental knowledge and skills for excellence in endodontic treatment.  The course is organized and taught by world-renowned faculty at the UCLA School of Dentistry with active endodontic practices to help ensure success in your endodontic therapies for your patients.  It is designed for clinicians with basic to intermediate endodontic experience.

This is an intense course that covers the wide topics related to principles and practices of modern endodontics.  This course also offers extensive “hands-on” training with top-notch equipment and instrumentation, working on extracted teeth and/or 3D printed tooth replicas. Lectures on critical didactic materials will be given via live lectures from the course faculty.  Each participant will receive the UCLA Endo Kit, which includes all models, supplies, equipment required for the “hands-on” component of this course.  Interactive Zoom sessions with faculty will allow remote hands-on training via live demos and case discussions in small groups to allow individualized teaching.  Learning endodontics in your own familiar work environment will give tremendous edge over unfamiliar laboratory setting in applying your new skills onto your patient care.

 

Lectures, case presentations and live demonstrations will be delivered through the online learning platform CCLE (Common Collaboration and Learning Environment).  A few weeks prior to the course, participants will receive a special email invitation to create an individual logon account to access CCLE. Participants should set up their accounts a week before the course start date.

Learning Objectives

• Endodontic diagnosis and treatment  planning
• Predictable and conservative access preparation designs
• Irrigation and disinfection protocols
• Proper use of intracanal medicaments
• Initial canal negotiation and length determiniation
• Safe, predictable, and efficient use of NiTi rotary file systems
• Warm vertical and single cone obturation techniques
• Trouble shooting common problems in endodontic treatment
• Restoration of endodontically treated teeth, with or without intracanal posts
• Canal anatomy and morphology
• Use of ultrasonics in Endodontics and reading the pulpal floor “map”

Course Highlights:
  • World-class faculty members with active endodontic practices and real-world experiences
  • Enjoy “hands-on” training in the comfort of your office setting using your familiar care environment
  • Small group case consultations with faculty to discuss your own patient cases
  • No travel cost/arrangement will be needed
  • No need to fully close down day of your office for this course

 

speakers/instructors and topics are subject to change without prior notice