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Endodontics

Endodontic service is in massive demand in the UK and globally with longer life spans and retention of teeth. Diseases afflicting the dental pulp and periradicular tissues are endemic and by virtue of their location and size, demand special knowledge and skills to manage them.

Our endodontic CPD courses focus on introducing dentists to endodontic techniques with which they may be unfamiliar. This includes diagnostics and treatment planning, canal preparation, and microscopy skills. Our lecturers are a range of clinical academics and visiting specialists, many of whom teach on the Endodontic Practice PG Diploma, guaranteeing an excellent educational experience.

Courses currently scheduled

Advanced Endodontics: Three-day Masterclass
This three-day practical CPD course is specifically designed to help you develop the skills you need to provide high standards of care for patients needing endodontic treatment. The main emphasis is on helping you develop and apply the technical skills required to achieve predictable endodontic outcomes. Book now for June 2019 *Fully booked*

Endodontics: Modern Preparation and Obturation Technique
This two-day CPD course provides an introduction to contemporary canals preparation and obturation techniques. Book now for December 2019.

Courses not currently scheduled

Dental Microscopy: Endodontics
A one-day course focusing on the dental operating microscope in endodontics. Register your interest.

Staff
  • Dr Kunal Patel

Visiting lecturers

  • Tony Drutman
  • Vipul Kataria Specialist in Endodontics, MSc in Endodontics (UCL Eastman), MFGDP (UK) RCS (Eng.), DPDS (Bristol), BDS (Bristol)
Facilities

Endodontic CPD courses are held in our academic teaching facilities, which  comprise of four fully equipped seminar rooms; three skills laboratories with a total of 50 individual work stations, each with its own phantom head equipment and computer screen linked to a teaching station; five well equipped surgeries (with microscopes) for clinical sessions and an open space where peer groups can meet to discuss the day’s teaching over tea and coffee.

Contact

Marjorie Kelly

Course Administrator
marjorie.kelly@ucl.ac.uk
020 8016 7600