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Endodontic Practice Webinar

Safe and Efficient Preparation of Complex Root Canal Systems

This is an electronically delivered self-instructional course for dentists.
Contact education@medmarkmedia.com with questions or comments about this webinar.

Webinar AGD Code: 070 | Webinar CE Credits: 1 | Webinar Duration: 1 Hour
Webinar Live Date: July 21, 2022 | Webinar Expiration Date: 07/21/2025

Presented by Dr. Ralf Schlichting

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About The Webinar

The chemo-mechanical preparation of the root canal system is one of the most important steps in endodontic therapy. Complex anatomies as narrow root canal systems, severely curved root canals or the combination of both can be very challenging. Severe complications like fractured instruments, ledges or even perforations may occur during the treatment. The focus of this lecture is to provide the dentist with strategies and tricks to make their root canal preparations more predictable and less challenging. Furthermore, a new generation NITI File system called JIZAI will be presented. It features unique design and flexibility besides a very easily to adapt manual. JIZAI will enable the dentist to treat even the most challenging root canals safely, efficiently and predictably.

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About The Presenter

Dr. Ralf Schlichting

Dr. Ralf Schlichting is an Endodontic Specialist in Passau, Germany. He is a Specialist for Endodontics, Board Member, and Treasurer of the German Society of Endodontology and Traumatology. As well as a Specialist Member of the American Association of Endodontists (AAE) and a Certified Member European Society of Endodontology (ESE).

About the Sponsor

MANI is a manufacturer of medical devices and dental instruments.

Ever since we began manufacturing suture needles in 1956, we have contributed to society as a medical device manufacturer supplying medical and dental instruments. We made this possible by establishing microfabrication technologies using wire as a base material.
Our products are safe, high-quality medical devices that satisfy the needs of doctors and patients, which have also passed the strict standards of various countries around the world.

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