Endodontics for Pediatric and Geriatric Patients

  • Friday 1/27/2023
  • Time: 1:00 - 4:00 pm
  • Course Code: 433RL
  • Cost: $125
  • Room Location: BCEC Room 107 B
  • Credits: 3 CE Hours
Manor Haas, DDS, MScD is a clinical instructor and lecturer at the University of Toronto Faculty of Dentistry in the department of graduate and undergraduate endodontics. He also holds a staff position at Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children.

This course is tailored for novice and experienced dentists who want to know how to best treat pediatric and geriatric patients. Many tips and tricks will be discussed along with medical and dental considerations specific for the very young and old. These will include management of very large versus calcified canals, treatment planning, dental trauma management, pre and post treatment medications, and restoration of endo treated teeth.

After this course attendees will be able to:
  • Instrument, medicate, obturate teeth with immature apices, calcified canals (including MB2)
  • Identify how to prevent and manage endo complications such as hypochlorite accidents and overfills
  • Utilize pre and post treatment medication protocols (antibiotics, analgesics) and drug interactions in young and old patients
  • Summarize treatment protocols for dental trauma, facial swellings, and when to endo vs. exo/implant
  • Determine how to and when to perform single visit root canals
  • Understand how to restore endo-treated teeth in young and old patients
  • Explain how to diagnose endo-related symptoms in challenging patients
Recommended Audience: Dentist