Root Canal Irrigation:   (SOLD OUT)

This program is recommended for Endodontists

Microbial biofilm are communities of bacteria that are considered to be key therapeutic target in the treatment of endodontic disease. Bacterial biofilm are particularly tolerant to antimicrobials and presents distinctly different host immune response. This lecture will cover the fundamentals of biofilm-mediated infection, root canal irrigation dynamics and current status of root canal irrigation strategies.

Learning objectives
• Will learn the basics of biofilm-mediated infections and their role in disease process.
• Will understand the challenges involved in root canal disinfection
• Will learn the steps to improve efficacy of root canal disinfection

  • Course Code: F06
  • Time: 9:30am-11:00am
  • Location: Renaissance Lower Lobby, Cascade C
  • CE Credit: 1.5
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Anil Kishen

Anil Kishen, BDS, MDS, PhD

Anil Kishen, BDS, MDS, PhD, is a Full Professor in Endodontics at the Faculty of Dentistry, University of Toronto, Canada. At the University, he is involved with the undergraduate and graduate-level teaching in Endodontics, and is a Principal Investigator of a research group that focuses on nanomaterial and phototherapeutic research for wound healing and functional tissue engineering. He has published over 200 peer-reviewed publications, and is a co-inventor in 10 patents and invention disclosures.

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