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Fellowship In Clinical Endodontics

Course Overview:

Introduction: The Two-Month Fellowship in Clinical Endodontics is a specialized program designed for dental professionals looking to deepen their knowledge and skills in the field of endodontics. This intensive program aims to equip participants with a comprehensive understanding of endodontic procedures, diagnostic techniques, and the latest advancements in endodontics.

Course Duration: The fellowship program spans two months, providing a concentrated and focused curriculum that immerses participants in the art and science of clinical endodontics.


  1. Endodontic Diagnosis:
    • Develop expertise in diagnosing and assessing various endodontic conditions.
    • Understand the significance of clinical and radiographic examinations.
  2. Root Canal Therapy:
    • Master the principles and techniques of root canal therapy.
    • Learn about access cavity preparation, instrumentation, and obturation.
  3. Advanced Endodontic Procedures:
    • Explore advanced endodontic procedures such as pulp capping, apexification, and regenerative endodontics.
    • Gain knowledge in the management of complex and challenging cases.
  4. Endodontic Microscopy and CBCT:
    • Familiarize yourself with the use of dental microscopes and cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) in endodontics.
    • Learn how to apply these technologies for precise diagnosis and treatment planning.
  5. Surgical Endodontics:
    • Understand the indications and techniques for endodontic surgery, including apicoectomy and root-end resection.
    • Learn about retrograde filling and management of surgical complications.
  6. Management of Endodontic Emergencies:
    • Acquire the skills to diagnose and manage endodontic emergencies, such as acute apical abscesses and traumatic injuries.
  7. Pulpal and Periapical Pathology:
    • Explore the various pulpal and periapical pathologies and their implications.
    • Learn about the microbiology and etiology of endodontic infections.
  8. Pain Management and Anesthesia:
    • Learn effective pain management techniques and local anesthesia administration for patient comfort.
    • Understand post-operative care and pain control.
  9. Clinical Experience:
    • Participate in supervised clinical sessions to perform endodontic procedures on patient cases.
    • Gain hands-on experience in root canal therapy, surgical endodontics, and other clinical aspects.

Certification: Upon successful completion of the program, participants will receive a Two-Month Fellowship in Clinical Endodontics certificate,

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