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    Using Calcium Silicates in Endodontics and Surgical Endodontics

    Date and Location
    6 Dec 2019
    08:30 AM - 04:30 PM  
    Auckland ICDE
    12 Omega St, Rosedale
    Auckland 0632
    New Zealand

    NZD  695.00 +GST
    6 hours CPD
    Price excludes GST

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    The only dedicated bioaggregate hands-on course in New Zealand that covers all aspects of bio-aggregate materials.


    Recent developments in calcium silicates, sometimes known as bioceramic or bioaggregate materials have

    contributed to advances in the provision of new treatment modalities of endodontics and restorative dentistry

    allowing the salvaging of teeth that may have been lost or required endodontic treatment.


    Bioceramics handling is vastly different to most other materials and can be used in many areas within tooth

    structure, pulpal structure and in solving iatrogenic problems in endodontics. To achieve the best from these

    materials it is important to understand the material and select the correct material for the right indication. Saving a

    pulp and repairing damage to an otherwise unrepairable tooth is possible with calcium silicates /bioceramics when

    used correctly.


    Course Topics

    • Bioceramics overview – history, development and where are we now?

    • How to use bioceramics in your practice - Repair of perforations, apical closure in immature and mature root canals, apical closure in surgical endodontics

    • Practical aspects of bioceramic use – how to achieve the optimal mix, application techniques


    Learning Objectives

    • Identify scenarios that will benefit from bioceramics

    • To be able to select the right bioceramic

    • To mix and manipulate calcium silicates for multiple scenarios


    Adjunct Associate Professor Peter Duckmanton is the Senior Clinical Specialist in Endodontics at Sydney Dental Hospital and an Adjunctive Associate Professor with the Faculty of Dentistry where he has taught endodontics for over 25 years. His dental qualifications are from the University of Sydney. He has previously been the Federal President of the Australian Society of Endodontology as well as the state president and secretary/treasurer of the NSW Branch of the ASE and the Secretary/Treasurer of the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Endodontists. He holds fellowships from the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons, the International College of Dentists and the Pierre Fauchard Academy and is a federal councillor of the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons.


    Peter is on the review panels of the International Endodontic Journal, The Australian Endodontic Journal, Dental Traumatology and Special Care in Dentistry. Peter was a major organizing force for the first and second Trans-Tasman Endodontic Conferences and was on the organising committee of the third. He has lectured and given hands-on courses throughout Australia, New Zealand, the UK and Sweden. He has most recently been involved with epidemiological studies on endodontics in various Australian populations and since 2008 has been an Honours Supervisor for 35 Bachelor of Dentistry students at the University of Sydney (now Sydney Dental School) and has run the very successful Endodontic Elective program for Sydney Dental School students for over a decade.


    Caroline Jones
    Phone: +64 9 914 9999