Information for Dentists

The Endodontic Study Clubs were founded to promote the advancement of endodontics aimed at the general dental practitioner and their team. The sessions count as a verifiable CPD. We will try to keep the sessions as practical as possible, with opportunities to have forums where we may discuss difficult cases or to be given the opportunity to use some of the latest materials and equipment available on the market.

Quality Endo (formerly Bromley) Study Club

Education & Training Centre
Tunbridge Wells Hospital
Tonbridge Road
Pembury
Kent
TN2 4QJ






The Shampan Restaurant
38 Chatterton Road
Bromley
Kent
BR2 9NQ




















The Shampan Restaurant
38 Chatterton Road
Bromley
Kent
BR2 9NQ




The Shampan Restaurant
38 Chatterton Road
Bromley
Kent
BR2 9NQ








The Shampan Restaurant
38 Chatterton Road
Bromley
Kent
BR2 9NQ

The Shampan Restaurant
38 Chatterton Road
Bromley
Kent
BR2 9NQ
Thursday 21nd March 2019











Tuesday 26th March 2019








 















30th April 2019








Tuesday 18 June 2019













Monday 23rd September 2019





Monday 18th November 2018




Principles in modern endodontics
Aim:  To understand the principles of Modern Endodontics.
 (FOR DENTISTS ONLY)
Objective: 
To explore the principles of canal preparation.
To understand the biological considerations in preparation.
To explore the principles of obturation.
To use a rotary or reciprocating system for preparation.
To use a heated vertical compacted obturation technique.
To understand the importance of the coronal seal.
James Aquilina
Endodontic Specialist
 
The outcome of root canal treatments and retreatments assessed with CBCT: what is changing in clinical practice?
The outcome of endodontic treatments is conventionally assessed using periapical radiographs, however in the last 6 years at least 6 outcome studies have used Cone Beam
Computed Tomography (CBCT) for the same purpose. These studies have shown a significantly lower success rate compared to that normally observed with periapical radiographs and more importantly they have provided new information which can significantly affect the management of endodontic infection.
This lecture will summarize the finding of the CBCT outcome studies published so far and will also include some in press data on outcome studies comparing different endodontic instrumentation techniques and single vs two visit endodontics in relation to primary treatments and retreatments.A new approach to the decision making on the restorability of teeth will also be presented 
Aims and objectives:
At the end of this lecture the delegates will be able to interpret CBCT images commonly used for the diagnosis of endodontic disease including external cervical, internal resorption
and root fractures. The delegates will also be able to use the new DPI score for the evaluation of tooth restorability.
Francesco Mannocci
Guy’s Hospital
 
Non Dental Facial Pain. A Practical Guide
Aim: To identify some of the types of non dental facial pain which can be confused as being of endodontic origin.
Objective:
Participants should gain a better understanding of non dental facial pain and their diagnosis.
Anish Shah
Consultant Oral Surgeon 

Success in Endodontics by preventing complaints
Aim:  To discuss and identify some of the common areas which can cause complaints and claims in endodontic practice.
Objective: 
Discussion on what is actually a complaint and why we want to avoid complaints.
What are the common areas in endodontic complaints?
What should you do if you get a complaint
Delegates will review a few complaints in groups. This will allow them to discuss the complaints in order to risk manage/ and plan their future practice to avoid complaints.
Simon Quelch
LLM BDS DPDS MFGDP Dip Rest Dent RCS

CBCT
Aim:  TBC
Objective: 
TBC
CT Dent

Tooth vs Implant
Aim: TBC
Objective:
TBC
Charles Spedding & James Aquilina

Other Courses

TBC