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Українська Ендодонтична Асоціація як дійсний член Міжнародної Федерації Ендодонтичних Асоціацій (IFEA) запрошує відвідати XI Всесвітній ендодонтичний конгрес IFEA 2018 у Сеулі, Південна Корея.

Конгрес відбудеться 4 – 7 жовтня 2018 року.

Маршрут: переліт Київ – Сеул (готель, 6 ночей) – Київ.

Дата виїзду та повернення: 01.10 – 09.10.2018
Проїзні документи: віза Південної Кореї, медична страховка.
Оглядова екскурсія з професійним гідом по м. Сеул входить до вартості подорожі.

Умови проживання: в готелі 4-5* в центрі Сеула з усіма зручностями – двомісне розміщення (за одномісне розміщення стягується доплата), сніданки.
Вартість (на одну особу): від 1900 дол. США (при двомісному проживанні).
У вартість поїздки не входить квиток на конгрес — від 450 дол. США (див. розділ REGISTRATION FEE на сайті IFEA.

Вартість подорожі не включає вхідні квитки до музеїв, шоу, атракціонів, додаткові екскурсії.
Резервація місця у групі – 300 дол. США та ксерокопія першої сторінки закордонного паспорта.

Документи приймаються до 01.08.2018.
Документи для оформлення візи Південної Кореї (90 днів):

1. Закордонний паспорт (на момент поїздки до Кореї до кінця строку дії паспорту має залишатися не менше 6 місяців).

2. Ксерокопія внутрішнього паспорта, де є відмітки.

3. Ксерокопія свідоцтва про одруження (розірвання шлюбу).

4. Увага! Фото 3,5X4,5, глянцеве (обличчя мусить складати 80%).

5. Довідка з місця роботи для посольства Південної Кореї (згідно зразка). Копія свідоцтва про реєстрацію та ліцензії на здійснення медичної практики у випадку, якщо Ви — приватний підприємець, власник стоматологічного кабінету.

6. Заповнена анкета.

7. Ксерокопія диплома про освіту. Ксерокопії сертифікатів, які підтверджують професійну діяльність (участь у семінарах, конференціях, підвищення кваліфікації). Візитівки, рекламні буклети клініки та ін.

8. Довідка з банку про стан банківського рахунку (мінімальна сума 2000 дол. США), довідка про рух коштів за останні 3 місяці.

9. Ксерокопії документів про рухоме та нерухоме майно (будинок, квартира, машина на ін.).

Можливий запит інших документів від кожного учасника та запрошення на співбесіду до посольства Південної Кореї.

Документи приймаються:
ТОВ «Содевком», м. Київ, вул. Іоанна Павла ІІ, 21, оф. 407
тел./факс: (044) 536 03 58, 537 20 24

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Time Lecture Title Speakers
Auditorium (3F)
09:30-10:30 Are the viable cells the only predictor for delayed replantation? Seung Jong Lee

Yonsei University, Republic of Korea

11:00-12:00 Non-surgical Retreatment of Cracked Teeth Nobuyuki Tani-Ishii

Kanagawa Dental University, Japan

12:20-12:50 Lunch & Learn
Hall E5 (3F)
09:20-10:00 New perspective in clinical monitoring of pulp &/or periapical status and outcomes of therapy “Potential role of molecular markers” Ghada ElHilaly Eid

Egypt

10:00-10:40 CBCT in Endodontics: how and why Roberto Fornara

Italy

11:00-11:40 The use of CBCT and microscope for Diagnoses , Treatment and Follow up of root Resorption Elena Lipatova

Russia

11:40-12:20 Technological Innovations in Endodontic Practice Bun San Chong

UK

Hall E6 (3F)
09:20-10:00 Management of the open apex – Challenges and treatment strategies Garry Myers

USA

10:00-10:40 3R – Retrograde Root-canal Retreatment Amir Weissman

Israel

11:00-11:40 Clinical Decision making after Instrument Separation Vivek Hegde

India

11:40-12:20 Strategic considerations in treatment planning: deciding when to treat, or extract a questionable tooth. Dorothee Louis Olszewski

France

Auditorium (3F)
13:30-14:40 Does heat treated NiTi facilitate endodontic therapy? Tara Mc Mahon

Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB), Belgium

*Sponsored by Micro-Mega

15:10-16:20 Extraction-Replantation: An alternative surgical technique Samuel O. Dorn

University of Texas School of Dentistry at Houston, USA

Hall E5 (3F)
13:30-14:10 Current and future challenges of Regenerative Endodontic Procedures (REP) Mohammad Hossein Nekoofar

Iran

14:10-14:50 Concept of IDEPS – New way of eliminating bacterial biofilm Alexandar Koval

Ukraine

15:10-15:50 Current trends in endodontology Serge Bouillaguet

Switzerland

15:50-16:30 Challenges of endodontic miscalls Margaret Tiu

Philippines

16:40-17:20 Dynamic activated irrigation : A plus or a must? Carla Zogheib

Lebanon

Hall E6 (3F)
13:30-14:10 Flowable bioceramic materials in endodontics. Clinical application and 3D reality Saulius Drukteinis

Lithuania

14:10-14:50 Cracks in teeth: How to find and manage cracks in teeth with pulp and periapical disease. Gus Jang

Australia

15:10-15:50 Pain : Etiology, prevention and management in clinical endodontics Miguel Miñana

Spain

15:50-16:30 Healing periapical lesions by non surgical endodontics Hussain Al-Huwaizi

Iraq

16:40-17:20 Therapeutic Replantation António Ginjeira

Portugal

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Time Lecture Title Speakers
Auditorium (3F)
09:20-10:30 The paradigm shift of minimal invasive endodontics Gianluca Plotino

GPT Dental Clinic, Rome, Italy

Nick Grande

Catholic University of Sacred Heart of Rome, Italy

11:00-12:10 Management of second mesio-buccal, narrow and curved canals with only one reciprocating instrument. Ghassan Yared

Endodontist, Private Practice, Canada

*Sponsored by VDW

12:20-12:50 Lunch & Learn
Hall E3+E4 (3F)
09:20-10:00 Biological perspectives and clinical applications of calcium silicate-based bioceramics Kyung-San Min

Republic of Korea

10:00-10:40 Translational Research for Future, Advanced, and Present Endodontic Therapies Chiaki Kitamura

Japan

11:00-11:40 Evaluation of the premixed bioceramic in comparison to the other calcium silicate based materials used in Vital Pulp Therapy and Root Repair Ahmad Al-Hyasat

Jordan

11:40-12:20 Management of broken instruments: A Review with three case reports with different approaches. Sirawut Hiran-us

Thailand

Hall E5+E6 (3F)
09:20-10:20 Critical issues in defining clinical outcomes and treatment success. From micro access to restorative treatment. Eudes Gondim Jr.

Associação Paulista dos Cirurgiões Dentistas (APCD), Brazil

11:00-12:10 Management of severe curvatures and complex anatomy with controlled memory files: A new approach Antonis Chaniotis

Private Practice –microEndodontics, Greece

*Sponsored by COLTENE

Auditorium (3F)
13:30-14:40 “Past, present and future of endodontic files”: Where science meets technology Sergio Kuttler

International Endodontic Institute in Fort Lauderdale, USA

*Sponsored by Dentsply Sirona

15:10-16:20 Predictable and minimally invasive method to retrieve a separated file Yoshitsugu Terauchi

CT & Microendodontic Center, Japan

16:30-17:40 From vital pulp therapy to anatomically directed root treatment – Everything is changing! Martin Trope

University of Pennsylvania, USA

*Sponsored by FKG

Hall E3+E4 (3F)
13:30-14:10 The sinus tract, a symptom or an illness? Liliana Artaza

Argentina

14:10-14:50 Looking through the retrospective scope- How I would have done it differently Brian Jafine

Canada

15:10-15:50 Saving the hopeless tooth Mehmet Bahbora Kayahan

Turkey

15:50-16:30 Activation and agitation of endodontic irrigation solutions: Evidence and a critical assessment of the clinical attainments Roeland De Moor

Belgium

Hall E5+E6 (3F)
13:30-14:40 A realistic look at root canal fillings. Trends, evidence and clinical performance. Hagay Shemesh

Academic Centre of Dentistry Amsterdam (ACTA), The Netherlands

15:10-16:10 How asymmetric geometry and heat-treatment influence the behavior of rotary root canal instruments Franck Diemer

Toulouse Dental Surgery’s University, France

16:30-17:40 Solutions to simplify shaping and cleaning: Improving the quality of the root canal treatment Filippo Cardinali

Private Practice, Italy

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Time Lecture Title Speakers
Auditorium (3F)
09:20-10:30 Pulp tissue regeneration: Challenges and mew outlook Mo K. Kang

University of California, Los Angeles, USA

11:00-12:10 Endodontics Microsurgery A to Z Syngcuk Kim

University of Pennsylvania , USA

*Sponsored by B&L

12:20-12:50 Lunch & Learn
Hall E5+E6 (3F)
09:20-10:30 Management of iatrogenic errors by Non-Surgical and surgical retreatment Frank Setzer

University of Pennsylvania, USA

11:00-12:20 Early diagnosis and biomechanics of vertical root fractures Zvi Metzger

Tel Aviv University, Israel

Auditorium (3F)
13:30-14:40 Endodontic disinfection: 3D irrigation Cliff Ruddle

Advanced Endodontics® , USA

*Sponsored by Dentsply Sirona

15:10-16:20 Nanomaterials in endodontics: A Potential game changer Anil Kishen

University of Toronto, Canada

16:30-17:40 Is it Toothache? Non-odontogenic pain presenting as dental pain Asgeir Sigurdsson

NYU College of Dentistry, USA

Hall E5+E6 (3F)
13:30-14:40 Is there still a role for medicaments in endodontics? Paul Abbott

University of Western Australia, Australia

15:10-16:20 The relationship among reciprocation, glidepath and canal scouting Gustavo De-Deus

Federal Fluminense University, Brazil

16:30-17:40 3D endodontics: Shaping root canals in 3 dimensions Gianluca Gambarini

The Sapienza University of Rome, Italy

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Time Lecture Title Speakers
Hall E3+E4
10:30-12:00 Live Endo

Hall E5+E6
09:00-10:00 Root resorption after dental trauma – findings and treatment possibilities Andreas K. Braun

Academic Centre for Dentistry Amsterdam, The Netherlands

10:30-11:30 Current concepts in endodontic microsurgery: Esthetic management of the soft tissue Francesco Maggiore

Private Practice, Germany

11:30-12:30 How to prevent instrument breakage by creating a mechanical reproducible Glide Path (Don’t rotate, reciprocate)” Yosef Nahmias

Alliance Dental Specialists, Canada

Hall E3+E4
13:30-15:00 Live Endo (Discussion)

15:30-17:00 TBD

Hall E5+E6
13:30-14:30 Re-establishing biological order : A Call for action Ibrahim Abu Tahun

University of Jordan, Jordan

14:30-15:30 Contemporary approaches to instrumentation of non-round root canals Michael Solomonov

Sheba Medical Center, Israel

15:30-16:30 Prognosis of apical periodontitis: Does size really matters Ahmed Abdel Rahman Hashem

Faculty Of Dentistry, Ain Shams University, Egypt

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Украинская Эндодонтическая Ассоциация как действующий член Международной Федерации Эндодонтических Ассоциаций (IFEA) приглашает посетить XI Всемирный эндодонтический конгресс IFEA 2018 в Сеуле, Южная Корея.

Конгресс состоится 4 – 7 октября 2018 года.

Маршрут: перелет Киев – Сеул (гостиница, 6 ночей) – Киев.

Дата выезда и возвращения: 01.10 – 09.10.2018
Проездные документы: виза Южной Кореи, медицинская страховка.
Обзорная экскурсия с профессиональным гидом по г. Сеул входит в стоимость поездки.

Условия проживания: гостиница 4-5* в центре Сеула со всеми удобствами – двухместное размещение (за одноместное размещение взымается доплата), завтраки.
Стоимость (на одну особу): от 1900 дол. США (при двухместном проживании).
В стоимость поездки не входит билет на конгрес — от 450 дол. США (см. раздел REGISTRATION FEE на сайте IFEA.)

Стоимость поездки не включает входные билеты в музеи, шоу, аттракционы, дополнительные экскурсии.
Резервация места в группе – 300 дол. США и ксерокопия первой страницы заграничного паспорта.

Документы принимаются до 01.08.2018.
Документы для оформления визы Южной Кореи (90 дней):

1. Заграничный паспорт (на момент поездки в Корею до конца срока действия паспорта должно оставаться не менее 6 месяцев).

2. Ксерокопия внутреннего паспорта, где есть отметки.

3. Ксерокопия свидетельства о браке (расторжении брака).

4. Внимание! Фото 3,5X4,5, глянцевое (лицо должно составлять 80%).

5. Справка с места работы для посольства Южной Кореи (согласно образцу). Копия свидетельства регистрации и лицензии на осуществление медицинской практики в случае, если Вы — частный предприниматель, собственник стоматологического кабинета.

6. Заполненная анкета.

7. Ксерокопия диплома про образование. Ксерокопии сертификатов, которые подтверждают профессиональную деятельность (участие в семинарах, конференциях, повышении квалификации). Визитки, рекламные буклеты клиники и тд.

8. Справка из банка про состояние банковского счета (минимальная сумма 2000 дол. США), справка о движении средств за последние 3 месяца.

9. Ксерокопии документов о движимом и недвижимом имуществе (дом, квартира, машина и др.).

Возможен запрос других документов от каждого участника и приглашение на собеседование в посольство Южной Кореи.

Документы принимаются:
ООО «Содевком», г. Киев, ул. Иоанна Павла ІІ, 21, оф. 407
тел./факс: (044) 536 03 58, 537 20 24

corea
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Time Lecture Title Speakers
Auditorium (3F)
09:30-10:30 Are the viable cells the only predictor for delayed replantation? Seung Jong Lee

Yonsei University, Republic of Korea

11:00-12:00 Non-surgical Retreatment of Cracked Teeth Nobuyuki Tani-Ishii

Kanagawa Dental University, Japan

12:20-12:50 Lunch & Learn
Hall E5 (3F)
09:20-10:00 New perspective in clinical monitoring of pulp &/or periapical status and outcomes of therapy “Potential role of molecular markers” Ghada ElHilaly Eid

Egypt

10:00-10:40 CBCT in Endodontics: how and why Roberto Fornara

Italy

11:00-11:40 The use of CBCT and microscope for Diagnoses , Treatment and Follow up of root Resorption Elena Lipatova

Russia

11:40-12:20 Technological Innovations in Endodontic Practice Bun San Chong

UK

Hall E6 (3F)
09:20-10:00 Management of the open apex – Challenges and treatment strategies Garry Myers

USA

10:00-10:40 3R – Retrograde Root-canal Retreatment Amir Weissman

Israel

11:00-11:40 Clinical Decision making after Instrument Separation Vivek Hegde

India

11:40-12:20 Strategic considerations in treatment planning: deciding when to treat, or extract a questionable tooth. Dorothee Louis Olszewski

France

Auditorium (3F)
13:30-14:40 Does heat treated NiTi facilitate endodontic therapy? Tara Mc Mahon

Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB), Belgium

*Sponsored by Micro-Mega

15:10-16:20 Extraction-Replantation: An alternative surgical technique Samuel O. Dorn

University of Texas School of Dentistry at Houston, USA

Hall E5 (3F)
13:30-14:10 Current and future challenges of Regenerative Endodontic Procedures (REP) Mohammad Hossein Nekoofar

Iran

14:10-14:50 Concept of IDEPS – New way of eliminating bacterial biofilm Alexandar Koval

Ukraine

15:10-15:50 Current trends in endodontology Serge Bouillaguet

Switzerland

15:50-16:30 Challenges of endodontic miscalls Margaret Tiu

Philippines

16:40-17:20 Dynamic activated irrigation : A plus or a must? Carla Zogheib

Lebanon

Hall E6 (3F)
13:30-14:10 Flowable bioceramic materials in endodontics. Clinical application and 3D reality Saulius Drukteinis

Lithuania

14:10-14:50 Cracks in teeth: How to find and manage cracks in teeth with pulp and periapical disease. Gus Jang

Australia

15:10-15:50 Pain : Etiology, prevention and management in clinical endodontics Miguel Miñana

Spain

15:50-16:30 Healing periapical lesions by non surgical endodontics Hussain Al-Huwaizi

Iraq

16:40-17:20 Therapeutic Replantation António Ginjeira

Portugal

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Time Lecture Title Speakers
Auditorium (3F)
09:20-10:30 The paradigm shift of minimal invasive endodontics Gianluca Plotino

GPT Dental Clinic, Rome, Italy

Nick Grande

Catholic University of Sacred Heart of Rome, Italy

11:00-12:10 Management of second mesio-buccal, narrow and curved canals with only one reciprocating instrument. Ghassan Yared

Endodontist, Private Practice, Canada

*Sponsored by VDW

12:20-12:50 Lunch & Learn
Hall E3+E4 (3F)
09:20-10:00 Biological perspectives and clinical applications of calcium silicate-based bioceramics Kyung-San Min

Republic of Korea

10:00-10:40 Translational Research for Future, Advanced, and Present Endodontic Therapies Chiaki Kitamura

Japan

11:00-11:40 Evaluation of the premixed bioceramic in comparison to the other calcium silicate based materials used in Vital Pulp Therapy and Root Repair Ahmad Al-Hyasat

Jordan

11:40-12:20 Management of broken instruments: A Review with three case reports with different approaches. Sirawut Hiran-us

Thailand

Hall E5+E6 (3F)
09:20-10:20 Critical issues in defining clinical outcomes and treatment success. From micro access to restorative treatment. Eudes Gondim Jr.

Associação Paulista dos Cirurgiões Dentistas (APCD), Brazil

11:00-12:10 Management of severe curvatures and complex anatomy with controlled memory files: A new approach Antonis Chaniotis

Private Practice –microEndodontics, Greece

*Sponsored by COLTENE

Auditorium (3F)
13:30-14:40 “Past, present and future of endodontic files”: Where science meets technology Sergio Kuttler

International Endodontic Institute in Fort Lauderdale, USA

*Sponsored by Dentsply Sirona

15:10-16:20 Predictable and minimally invasive method to retrieve a separated file Yoshitsugu Terauchi

CT & Microendodontic Center, Japan

16:30-17:40 From vital pulp therapy to anatomically directed root treatment – Everything is changing! Martin Trope

University of Pennsylvania, USA

*Sponsored by FKG

Hall E3+E4 (3F)
13:30-14:10 The sinus tract, a symptom or an illness? Liliana Artaza

Argentina

14:10-14:50 Looking through the retrospective scope- How I would have done it differently Brian Jafine

Canada

15:10-15:50 Saving the hopeless tooth Mehmet Bahbora Kayahan

Turkey

15:50-16:30 Activation and agitation of endodontic irrigation solutions: Evidence and a critical assessment of the clinical attainments Roeland De Moor

Belgium

Hall E5+E6 (3F)
13:30-14:40 A realistic look at root canal fillings. Trends, evidence and clinical performance. Hagay Shemesh

Academic Centre of Dentistry Amsterdam (ACTA), The Netherlands

15:10-16:10 How asymmetric geometry and heat-treatment influence the behavior of rotary root canal instruments Franck Diemer

Toulouse Dental Surgery’s University, France

16:30-17:40 Solutions to simplify shaping and cleaning: Improving the quality of the root canal treatment Filippo Cardinali

Private Practice, Italy

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Time Lecture Title Speakers
Auditorium (3F)
09:20-10:30 Pulp tissue regeneration: Challenges and mew outlook Mo K. Kang

University of California, Los Angeles, USA

11:00-12:10 Endodontics Microsurgery A to Z Syngcuk Kim

University of Pennsylvania , USA

*Sponsored by B&L

12:20-12:50 Lunch & Learn
Hall E5+E6 (3F)
09:20-10:30 Management of iatrogenic errors by Non-Surgical and surgical retreatment Frank Setzer

University of Pennsylvania, USA

11:00-12:20 Early diagnosis and biomechanics of vertical root fractures Zvi Metzger

Tel Aviv University, Israel

Auditorium (3F)
13:30-14:40 Endodontic disinfection: 3D irrigation Cliff Ruddle

Advanced Endodontics® , USA

*Sponsored by Dentsply Sirona

15:10-16:20 Nanomaterials in endodontics: A Potential game changer Anil Kishen

University of Toronto, Canada

16:30-17:40 Is it Toothache? Non-odontogenic pain presenting as dental pain Asgeir Sigurdsson

NYU College of Dentistry, USA

Hall E5+E6 (3F)
13:30-14:40 Is there still a role for medicaments in endodontics? Paul Abbott

University of Western Australia, Australia

15:10-16:20 The relationship among reciprocation, glidepath and canal scouting Gustavo De-Deus

Federal Fluminense University, Brazil

16:30-17:40 3D endodontics: Shaping root canals in 3 dimensions Gianluca Gambarini

The Sapienza University of Rome, Italy

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Time Lecture Title Speakers
Hall E3+E4
10:30-12:00 Live Endo

Hall E5+E6
09:00-10:00 Root resorption after dental trauma – findings and treatment possibilities Andreas K. Braun

Academic Centre for Dentistry Amsterdam, The Netherlands

10:30-11:30 Current concepts in endodontic microsurgery: Esthetic management of the soft tissue Francesco Maggiore

Private Practice, Germany

11:30-12:30 How to prevent instrument breakage by creating a mechanical reproducible Glide Path (Don’t rotate, reciprocate)” Yosef Nahmias

Alliance Dental Specialists, Canada

Hall E3+E4
13:30-15:00 Live Endo (Discussion)

15:30-17:00 TBD

Hall E5+E6
13:30-14:30 Re-establishing biological order : A Call for action Ibrahim Abu Tahun

University of Jordan, Jordan

14:30-15:30 Contemporary approaches to instrumentation of non-round root canals Michael Solomonov

Sheba Medical Center, Israel

15:30-16:30 Prognosis of apical periodontitis: Does size really matters Ahmed Abdel Rahman Hashem

Faculty Of Dentistry, Ain Shams University, Egypt

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Time Lecture Title Speakers
Auditorium (3F)
09:30-10:30 Are the viable cells the only predictor for delayed replantation? Seung Jong Lee

Yonsei University, Republic of Korea

11:00-12:00 Non-surgical Retreatment of Cracked Teeth Nobuyuki Tani-Ishii

Kanagawa Dental University, Japan

12:20-12:50 Lunch & Learn
Hall E5 (3F)
09:20-10:00 New perspective in clinical monitoring of pulp &/or periapical status and outcomes of therapy “Potential role of molecular markers” Ghada ElHilaly Eid

Egypt

10:00-10:40 CBCT in Endodontics: how and why Roberto Fornara

Italy

11:00-11:40 The use of CBCT and microscope for Diagnoses , Treatment and Follow up of root Resorption Elena Lipatova

Russia

11:40-12:20 Technological Innovations in Endodontic Practice Bun San Chong

UK

Hall E6 (3F)
09:20-10:00 Management of the open apex – Challenges and treatment strategies Garry Myers

USA

10:00-10:40 3R – Retrograde Root-canal Retreatment Amir Weissman

Israel

11:00-11:40 Clinical Decision making after Instrument Separation Vivek Hegde

India

11:40-12:20 Strategic considerations in treatment planning: deciding when to treat, or extract a questionable tooth. Dorothee Louis Olszewski

France

Auditorium (3F)
13:30-14:40 Does heat treated NiTi facilitate endodontic therapy? Tara Mc Mahon

Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB), Belgium

*Sponsored by Micro-Mega

15:10-16:20 Extraction-Replantation: An alternative surgical technique Samuel O. Dorn

University of Texas School of Dentistry at Houston, USA

Hall E5 (3F)
13:30-14:10 Current and future challenges of Regenerative Endodontic Procedures (REP) Mohammad Hossein Nekoofar

Iran

14:10-14:50 Concept of IDEPS – New way of eliminating bacterial biofilm Alexandar Koval

Ukraine

15:10-15:50 Current trends in endodontology Serge Bouillaguet

Switzerland

15:50-16:30 Challenges of endodontic miscalls Margaret Tiu

Philippines

16:40-17:20 Dynamic activated irrigation : A plus or a must? Carla Zogheib

Lebanon

Hall E6 (3F)
13:30-14:10 Flowable bioceramic materials in endodontics. Clinical application and 3D reality Saulius Drukteinis

Lithuania

14:10-14:50 Cracks in teeth: How to find and manage cracks in teeth with pulp and periapical disease. Gus Jang

Australia

15:10-15:50 Pain : Etiology, prevention and management in clinical endodontics Miguel Miñana

Spain

15:50-16:30 Healing periapical lesions by non surgical endodontics Hussain Al-Huwaizi

Iraq

16:40-17:20 Therapeutic Replantation António Ginjeira

Portugal

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Time Lecture Title Speakers
Auditorium (3F)
09:20-10:30 The paradigm shift of minimal invasive endodontics Gianluca Plotino

GPT Dental Clinic, Rome, Italy

Nick Grande

Catholic University of Sacred Heart of Rome, Italy

11:00-12:10 Management of second mesio-buccal, narrow and curved canals with only one reciprocating instrument. Ghassan Yared

Endodontist, Private Practice, Canada

*Sponsored by VDW

12:20-12:50 Lunch & Learn
Hall E3+E4 (3F)
09:20-10:00 Biological perspectives and clinical applications of calcium silicate-based bioceramics Kyung-San Min

Republic of Korea

10:00-10:40 Translational Research for Future, Advanced, and Present Endodontic Therapies Chiaki Kitamura

Japan

11:00-11:40 Evaluation of the premixed bioceramic in comparison to the other calcium silicate based materials used in Vital Pulp Therapy and Root Repair Ahmad Al-Hyasat

Jordan

11:40-12:20 Management of broken instruments: A Review with three case reports with different approaches. Sirawut Hiran-us

Thailand

Hall E5+E6 (3F)
09:20-10:20 Critical issues in defining clinical outcomes and treatment success. From micro access to restorative treatment. Eudes Gondim Jr.

Associação Paulista dos Cirurgiões Dentistas (APCD), Brazil

11:00-12:10 Management of severe curvatures and complex anatomy with controlled memory files: A new approach Antonis Chaniotis

Private Practice –microEndodontics, Greece

*Sponsored by COLTENE

Auditorium (3F)
13:30-14:40 “Past, present and future of endodontic files”: Where science meets technology Sergio Kuttler

International Endodontic Institute in Fort Lauderdale, USA

*Sponsored by Dentsply Sirona

15:10-16:20 Predictable and minimally invasive method to retrieve a separated file Yoshitsugu Terauchi

CT & Microendodontic Center, Japan

16:30-17:40 From vital pulp therapy to anatomically directed root treatment – Everything is changing! Martin Trope

University of Pennsylvania, USA

*Sponsored by FKG

Hall E3+E4 (3F)
13:30-14:10 The sinus tract, a symptom or an illness? Liliana Artaza

Argentina

14:10-14:50 Looking through the retrospective scope- How I would have done it differently Brian Jafine

Canada

15:10-15:50 Saving the hopeless tooth Mehmet Bahbora Kayahan

Turkey

15:50-16:30 Activation and agitation of endodontic irrigation solutions: Evidence and a critical assessment of the clinical attainments Roeland De Moor

Belgium

Hall E5+E6 (3F)
13:30-14:40 A realistic look at root canal fillings. Trends, evidence and clinical performance. Hagay Shemesh

Academic Centre of Dentistry Amsterdam (ACTA), The Netherlands

15:10-16:10 How asymmetric geometry and heat-treatment influence the behavior of rotary root canal instruments Franck Diemer

Toulouse Dental Surgery’s University, France

16:30-17:40 Solutions to simplify shaping and cleaning: Improving the quality of the root canal treatment Filippo Cardinali

Private Practice, Italy

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Time Lecture Title Speakers
Auditorium (3F)
09:20-10:30 Pulp tissue regeneration: Challenges and mew outlook Mo K. Kang

University of California, Los Angeles, USA

11:00-12:10 Endodontics Microsurgery A to Z Syngcuk Kim

University of Pennsylvania , USA

*Sponsored by B&L

12:20-12:50 Lunch & Learn
Hall E5+E6 (3F)
09:20-10:30 Management of iatrogenic errors by Non-Surgical and surgical retreatment Frank Setzer

University of Pennsylvania, USA

11:00-12:20 Early diagnosis and biomechanics of vertical root fractures Zvi Metzger

Tel Aviv University, Israel

Auditorium (3F)
13:30-14:40 Endodontic disinfection: 3D irrigation Cliff Ruddle

Advanced Endodontics® , USA

*Sponsored by Dentsply Sirona

15:10-16:20 Nanomaterials in endodontics: A Potential game changer Anil Kishen

University of Toronto, Canada

16:30-17:40 Is it Toothache? Non-odontogenic pain presenting as dental pain Asgeir Sigurdsson

NYU College of Dentistry, USA

Hall E5+E6 (3F)
13:30-14:40 Is there still a role for medicaments in endodontics? Paul Abbott

University of Western Australia, Australia

15:10-16:20 The relationship among reciprocation, glidepath and canal scouting Gustavo De-Deus

Federal Fluminense University, Brazil

16:30-17:40 3D endodontics: Shaping root canals in 3 dimensions Gianluca Gambarini

The Sapienza University of Rome, Italy

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Time Lecture Title Speakers
Hall E3+E4
10:30-12:00 Live Endo

Hall E5+E6
09:00-10:00 Root resorption after dental trauma – findings and treatment possibilities Andreas K. Braun

Academic Centre for Dentistry Amsterdam, The Netherlands

10:30-11:30 Current concepts in endodontic microsurgery: Esthetic management of the soft tissue Francesco Maggiore

Private Practice, Germany

11:30-12:30 How to prevent instrument breakage by creating a mechanical reproducible Glide Path (Don’t rotate, reciprocate)” Yosef Nahmias

Alliance Dental Specialists, Canada

Hall E3+E4
13:30-15:00 Live Endo (Discussion)

15:30-17:00 TBD

Hall E5+E6
13:30-14:30 Re-establishing biological order : A Call for action Ibrahim Abu Tahun

University of Jordan, Jordan

14:30-15:30 Contemporary approaches to instrumentation of non-round root canals Michael Solomonov

Sheba Medical Center, Israel

15:30-16:30 Prognosis of apical periodontitis: Does size really matters Ahmed Abdel Rahman Hashem

Faculty Of Dentistry, Ain Shams University, Egypt

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