Endodontic Microsurgery Course


Course description

Learning Objectives

A one day course with theoretical and hands-on elements throughout the day for ‘endo-keen’ practitioners.

This endodontic microsurgery course aims to cover the theory and biology of endodontic surgery and its application with multimedia morning lectures. In the afternoon a practical clinical skill session will comprehend all the surgical steps in a simulated environment. With a small number of attendees, with a favourable tutor to delegate ratio, will allow a productive hands-on on realistic surgical simulators. All the required equipment including surgical operative microscope will be provided. Additionally the delegates will have an opportunity to watch  live streaming surgery performed on a patient. During the procedure they will have a chance to ask questions and receive feedback from the surgeon.
Endodontic Microsurgery Course Aims:

This course covers the following:

  • Plan for failure in endodontic microsurgery and revert to success
  • The refractory endodontic cases
  • CBCT surgical planning
  • Instruments and equipment
  • Flap designs
  • Osteotomy considerations
  • Micro-retroprep and retro-filling materials
  • Sutures approach
  • Post-op care
Course sponsored by:

Course speakers

Daniel Flynn

​Daniel Flynn qualified dentistry with honours from Trinity College Dublin in 2002. He spent a year as a House Officer in Dublin Dental Hospital, concentrating on both restorative dentistry and

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