Endodontics: The Utmost Values in Dentistry l Save the Date! October 4 – 7, 2018

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Scientific Program

Time Lecture Title Speakers
Auditorium (3F)
09:20-10:30 The paradigm shift of minimal invasive endodontics Gianluca Plotino
GPT Dental Clinic, Rome, Italy
Nick Grande
Catholic University of Sacred Heart of Rome, Italy
11:00-12:10 Management of second mesio-buccal, narrow and curved canals with only one reciprocating instrument. Ghassan Yared
Endodontist, Private Practice, Canada

*Sponsored by VDW

12:20-12:50 Lunch & Learn
Hall E3+E4 (3F)
09:20-10:00 Biological perspectives and clinical applications of calcium silicate-based bioceramics Kyung-San Min
Republic of Korea
10:00-10:40 Translational Research for Future, Advanced, and Present Endodontic Therapies Chiaki Kitamura
Japan
11:00-11:40 Evaluation of the premixed bioceramic in comparison to the other calcium silicate based materials used in Vital Pulp Therapy and Root Repair Ahmad Al-Hyasat
Jordan
11:40-12:20 Management of broken instruments: A Review with three case reports with different approaches. Sirawut Hiran-us
Thailand
Hall E5+E6 (3F)
09:20-10:20 Critical issues in defining clinical outcomes and treatment success. From micro access to restorative treatment. Eudes Gondim Jr.
Associação Paulista dos Cirurgiões Dentistas (APCD), Brazil
11:00-12:10 Management of severe curvatures and complex anatomy with controlled memory files: A new approach Antonis Chaniotis
Private Practice –microEndodontics, Greece

*Sponsored by COLTENE

Auditorium (3F)
13:30-14:40 "Past, present and future of endodontic files": Where science meets technology Sergio Kuttler
International Endodontic Institute in Fort Lauderdale, USA

*Sponsored by Dentsply Sirona

15:10-16:20 Predictable and minimally invasive method to retrieve a separated file Yoshitsugu Terauchi
CT & Microendodontic Center, Japan
16:30-17:40 From vital pulp therapy to anatomically directed root treatment - Everything is changing! Martin Trope
University of Pennsylvania, USA

*Sponsored by FKG

Hall E3+E4 (3F)
13:30-14:10 The sinus tract, a symptom or an illness? Liliana Artaza
Argentina
14:10-14:50 Looking through the retrospective scope- How I would have done it differently Brian Jafine
Canada
15:10-15:50 Saving the hopeless tooth Mehmet Bahbora Kayahan
Turkey
15:50-16:30 Activation and agitation of endodontic irrigation solutions: Evidence and a critical assessment of the clinical attainments Roeland De Moor
Belgium
Hall E5+E6 (3F)
13:30-14:40 A realistic look at root canal fillings. Trends, evidence and clinical performance. Hagay Shemesh
Academic Centre of Dentistry Amsterdam (ACTA), The Netherlands
15:10-16:10 How asymmetric geometry and heat-treatment influence the behavior of rotary root canal instruments Franck Diemer
Toulouse Dental Surgery’s University, France
16:30-17:40 Solutions to simplify shaping and cleaning: Improving the quality of the root canal treatment Filippo Cardinali
Private Practice, Italy

Hands-on Course

Time Lecture Title Speakers
Hall E1 (3F)
09:00-12:00 Anatomically Directed EndodonticsDetail ▼ Martin Trope
University of Pennsylvania, USA
Hall E2 (3F)
10:00-12:00 Featuring ProGlider and ProTaper GoldDetail ▼ Cliff Ruddle
Advanced Endodontics®, USA
Hall E1 (3F)
14:00-17:00 Experience the simple, fast, and safe way of root canal shaping with 2Shape and One Curve.Detail ▼ Sung Geun Cho
KyungHee University,
Republic of Korea
Hall E2 (3F)
14:00-17:00 VDW Endo Easy Efficient concept: shape, clean and obturateDetail ▼ Ghassan Yared
Endodontist,
Private Practice,
Canada
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