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Dr Brooke Blicher
Dr Rebekah Lucier Pryles

A - Z of Endodontics

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A to Z Endodontics presents an up to date, clinically relevant, and exciting comprehensive endodontics curriculum. Course material will include bread and butter endodontics like endodontic diagnosis, utilising outcomes data to make treatment planning decisions, and a comprehensive nonsurgical root canal therapy review. Diagnostic dilemmas will be presented, including resorptive dental diseases, traumatic dental injuries, non-traumatic fractures, and the diagnosis of non-odontogenic pain. The doctors will also cover challenging endodontic treatment including the management of immature teeth, endodontic surgery, and managing endodontic mishaps.


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A - Z of Endodontics

A to Z Endodontics presents an up to date, clinically relevant, and exciting comprehensive endodontics curriculum.

Dr Brooke Blicher

Antibiotic Stewardship in the Management of Endodontic Infections

Endodontic Protocols for Antibiotic Use

Antibiotic premedication strategies and evidence-based strategies.

Dr Brooke Blicher

Emergencies in a State of Emergency

Treatment Challenges

This presentation will present up-to-date protocols for emergency management.

Dr Brooke Blicher

Diagnostic Dilemmas - Resorptive Dental Diseases

At its core, resorption is a fairly simple disease process that can be effectively treated.

Dr Brooke Blicher

Treatment Challenges: Managing Endodontic Mishaps

Any dentist performing endodontic treatment will ultimately encounter the dreaded complication. 

Dr Brooke Blicher

Cracks and Fractures in the Adult Dentition

Cracks and fractures constitute a good portion of the etiologies of endodontic disease.

Dr Brooke Blicher

Trauma In The Permanent Dentition

Our lecture today will distill dental trauma into digestible pieces so that you can approach these cases with care and confidence.