The goal of this comprehensive, hands-on course is to teach the attendee how to take their endodontic practice to the next level by utilizing the latest technology in endodontic instrumentation.
Proper cleaning and shaping of the canal space is a prerequisite for achieving clinical success in Endodontics. Studies showed that the best movement to be applied in endodontic instruments is the Roane’s Balanced Force technique. The engine-driven Balanced Force or also called asymmetric reciprocating motion has been recently applied to specifically designed nickel-titanium instruments, reducing the risk of fracture due to the accumulation of metal fatigue, which are the leading limitation of rotary nickel-titanium instruments. Even three times more secure than the rotary movement, reciprocation alone has a downside of debris accumulation inside the canal. The main goal of this comprehensive hands-on course is to take the attendee through all the aspects needed to take the practice to the next level by utilizing a simple and efficient endodontic technique, presenting a new instrumentation system based on the safety of reciprocation allied to the efficiency of rotatory movement. In a few hours, the attendee will gain practical skills that can be immediately incorporated into the office.