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ENDO 671

Endodontic Treatment – Selective

Course Director: Natasha Flake
Selective # of Credits: 1
Quarter/Yr of Program: Winter / 4

Course Overview

Several of the different products and techniques available for performing root canal therapy will be introduced to students. The selective is similar to an endodontic continuing education course. Students will use extracted teeth to gain introductory level practical experience with various instrumentation and obturation systems available on the market.

Learning Objectives

The student who successfully completes this course will be able to:

  1. Describe the advantages and disadvantages of different instrumentation and obturation techniques
  2. Describe how endodontic techniques are evaluated through scientific research
  3. Compare several different file systems and obturation techniques based on hands-on experience

Date last updated: 2022-12-14

ENDO 651

Honors Endodontics – Classical Literature Seminar – Selective

Course Director: Avina Paranjpe, Endodontic graduate students
Credits: 3
Quarters/Yr of Program: Summer, Autumn, Winter, Spring/ 4
Limit: 2-3 students
Contact Person: Cora Scott

NOTE: This elective typically meets during regular clinic hours (1:00-5:00p). Participation requires accommodation by the Office of Clinical Services. Please check with Sandy Phillips if you intend to enroll in this class.

Students with a special interest in Endodontics will be allowed to enroll in this directed study upon approval of the Graduate Program Director. Students will be participating in endodontic topics related literature seminars with graduate students in the Endodontics department. They will be responsible for preparing abstracts along with graduate students and may have the opportunity to participate in graduate student research.

*last updated: 6/19/2017