Endodontic Continuum

Course Fee: $3600
CDE Credits: TBD
Fall 2021
dates and times
to be announced
6 meeting days

 coming soon


Enrollment limited to 36


obturation /shaping /access /diagnosis /treatment planning



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

  • 1-on-1 case consultations
  • Over 20 hours of hands-on workshops
  • High faculty to student ratio
  • Operating microscopes and high-power loupes available for use

This 6 day lecture / workshop course will give you the fundamentals for excellence in endodontic treatment. Our world-renowned, university and private practice faculty have the knowledge and real world experience to help ensure you are successful in providing endodontic therapy to your patients. This course is designed for clinicians with basic to intermediate RCT experience. We maintain a very high faculty to student ratio during the workshops to ensure a very high quality learning experience for all participants.

This is an intense course, with extensive time spent working on extracted teeth and/or 3D printed tooth replicas. Each participant will be required to proficiently complete at least 3 separate teeth (1 anterior, 2 posterior including 1 molar) during the workshops.


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
• 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 posts
• Canal anatomy and morphology
• Use of ultrasonics in Endodontics
• Reading the pulpal floor “map”
• Use of microscopes in Endodontics
• Pain management in complex tooth pain scenarios


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