This presentation reviews the key developments in endodontics in recent years, with an overview of the equipment, techniques, strategies and materials that are now available.
The first CPD title published by The Dental Channel, the first one to win two major e-learning awards, and our first webinar were all on endodontics, so this is a fitting start to our 21st anniversary year.
Topics addressed include:
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On completion you will be familiar with how endodontic best practice has developed in the recent years and how recent developments, in particular bioceramic materials, are enhancing patient care.
BDS(Lond), FDS RCS(Ed), MSc, MFGDP(UK), MRD RCS(Ed)
John qualified from Kings College London in 1990, where he was awarded the Claudius Ash prize in Conservation and the Jose Souyave Endodontic prize. He continued his postgraduate education at Guy's Hospital London where he achieved a Distinction in the Endodontic MSc. He completed his Specialist training at The Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh with MRD in Endodontics. John was awarded Fellowship in Dental Surgery from the Royal College of Edinburgh 2013. John is registered on the GDC Specialist list in Endodontics and now runs a busy Endodontic referral practice in Poole, Dorset.
John lectures throughout the UK and contributes widely to postgraduate Endodontic teaching. He has published research papers in several refereed journals and numerous articles for dental press. He is co-author of the Endodontic textbook Endodontics: Problem Solving in Clinical Practice, Author of Advanced Endodontics: Re-treatment and Surgery and contributing Author in Harty's Endodontics in Clinical Practice.
John is a referee for the International Endodontic Journal and ENDO (Endodontic Practice Today).
He currently provides endodontic content for The Dental Channel and runs the Dorset Endo Study Group from the practice.