END 213 Pulp Biology / Endodontics (2) I
Histology, physiology and functions of the pulp as well as the disease processes that involve the pulp and periradicular tissues.
END 233 Endodontic Techniques (2) II
Basic principles of endodontics including diseases of the pulp and periradicular tissues, diagnosis and treatment procedures, prognosis, bleaching, and restoration of endodontically treated teeth.
END 234 Endodontic Laboratory (3) II
Practical application of endodontic treatment procedures and principles performed on plastic and natural teeth mounted in stone to simulate clinical practice.
END 313 Endodontic Problem Solving (2) I
Problem solving techniques and procedures including the management of endodontic emergencies, endodontic-periodontic problems, vital pulp therapy, traumatic injuries, and other endodontic related issues.
END 314 Endodontic Clinic (4) I, II
Clinical practice of non-surgical endodontics involving the adult dentition. A wide variety of experiences using current clinical methods, technology and materials.
END 413 Advanced Endodontics, Surgery and Review (2) I
General review of endodontics emphasizing advanced clinical techniques, pain management, surgical endodontics and new trends in the field of endodontic therapy.
END 414 Endodontic Clinic (4) I, II
Clinical practice of endodontics. Senior students, working with an increased degree of independence, are expected to complete a variety of cases.
Endodontic Continuing Education Courses Offered
Nov 7, 2009 -- Emergency Management of Endodontic Infections (CE: 6 hours)
Presented by: Jose L. Ibarrola, DDS, MS; Kenneth P. Hermsen, DDS, MS; Michael S. Hermsen, DDS; and David E. Williams, BA, DDS
Topics: Management of Cracked and Fractured Teeth, The Mysteries of Diagnosis: Differential to Definitive, Endodontic Management of the Acute Apical Abscess, Maxillofacial Infections: Morbidity and Mortality
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