SIE INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS 2016, Rome, 10-12 November 2016
Gianluca Gambarini

Gianluca Gambarini

Full-time Professor; Head of the Endodontic Department, University of Rome, La Sapienza, Dental School; Director of Master of Endodontics in Sapienza.
International lecturer and researcher, He is author of more than 450 scientific articles, three books and many chapters in other books. He has lectured all over the world (more than 500 presentations) and has been invited as a main speaker in the most important international endodontic congresses and many Universities worldwide.
During his academic career he gained many awards and recognition, and was responsible of many scientific projects with national and international grants.
He is actively cooperating as a consultant with many manufacturers all over the world to develop new technologies, operative procedures and materials for root canal treatment.
Active member of SIE, Certified member of ESE, he is currently the Chairman of Clinical Practice Committee of ESE and member of the scientific committee and/or reviewer of the most important international endodontic journals. Honorary member of Italian society of dental microscopy (AIOM).
He still maintains a private practice limited to Endodontics in Rome, Italy.

3D Endodontics: improving shaping, cleaning and obturation procedures

Saturday, 12 Nov

9.00 am

The recent development of 3D diagnostic devices (CBCT) is not only improving clinical diagnosis and treatment planning in endodontics, but it’s showing the hidden anatomy of root canal systems, and influencing concepts and current trends in endodontic procedures.

Such findings are also supported by many in vitro studies with microct analysis, which clearly show that we need to improve the quality of our operative techniques, mainly by understanding root canal anatomy in three dimension and selecting those materials and protocols which are best suited for such anatomical complexities.

The course will describe a novel three dimensional approach showing the ideal requirements for correctly addressing the root canal anatomy (3D shaping) and those new techniques which can improve performance and safety. The need for improved final irrigation techniques will be also described, mainly aiming at addressing those non-instrumented areas (irregularities, fins, isthmi, etc) inside complex anatomies, which cannot be reached by instruments, but ideally should be cleaned and disinfected. The principles and techniques for 3D obturation will be also discussed.

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