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Endodontics

Curriculum of combined graduate program and specialty training in  endodonticsA. Objectives:

The goal of this training program is to prepare a clinically outstanding endodontist who possesses the overall knowledge and capacity to result problems in endodontics.

 

B. Outlines of academic year

1st year

Students will normally be expected to spend a minimum of two and a half days per week in patient treatment. Students will select graduate courses for scientific and endodontic knowledge. All graduate students will design and write a research protocol.

2nd year

Student will continue scientific courses to fulfill a minimum requirement of 24 graduate level credit hours. Clinical training has to satisfy the endodontic training program for eligibility for the Academy of Endodontology, ROC.

3rd year

Students will finish the original research and complete a thesis. Clinical training has to satisfy the endodontic training program for eligibility for the Academy of Endodontology, ROC.

 

C. Basic requirement for specialist training in endodontic program:

1. Nonsurgical root canal treatment: 150 cases (50 molars at least)

2. Endodontic surgery: 10 cases.

3. Traumatic injury: 5 cases.

4. Apexogenesis or apexification: 10 cases.

5. Nonvital bleaching: 2 cases.

6. Difficult cases using microscope: 30 cases