Bypass and Retrieval

The course “Managing separated instruments: bypass and retrieval” for general dentists and endodontists aims to give to attendees valid tools to avoid the breakage of instruments inside canals.

Learning Objectives

  • Why file breaks?
  • How to avoid the file breakage
  • Factors affecting incidence of instruments separation & prognosis of broken files
  • Preoperatove evaluation on fractured files
  • When to bypass and when to retrieve
  • Understand and practice the bypass technique
  • Understand and practice the retrieval technique

Reserve a seat!

We manage enrollments through the POP Dentistry Website.

Click here to enroll

Description

Very often during an endodontic therapy it can unfortunately happen to break an instrument inside a canal.
How many of you have experienced this during your professional life? Or maybe having to retreat a tooth already previously treated with the presence of broken instruments?

The course “Managing separated instruments: bypass and retrieval” for general dentists and endodontists aims to give to attendees valid tools to avoid the breakage of instruments inside canals.

Secondly, attendees will learn how to elaborate a correct diagnosis to immediately understand the conditions useful for bypassing or removing the broken instrument. 

The course lasts two days and it is both a theoretical and practical course with many hands-on sessions on model. Thanks to the high-end technology of the course location, the MIKROS Training Center, every participant will have the chance to work with a dedicated operative microscope.

Through the use of the microscope each participant will then have the opportunity to try the bypass and the removal of broken instruments in specially prepared models.

This course is addressed to general dentists and endodontists, both post-graduate or expert.

Next editions

Bypass - March 2020

Status: Open

Dates:

23rd, 24th March 2020

Authors

Enrico Cassai

Waleed Kurdi

Reserve a seat!

We manage enrollments through the POP Dentistry Website.

Click here to enroll