Endodontic Diagnostics: Pulpal, Periapical and Periradicular

As recently as 2012, the Swedish Council on Health Technology Assessment (SBU) a systematic review of the methods of endodontic diagnosis and treatment in endodontics found them to be unscientific and non-evidence based. The 4R operational diagnosis protocol developed by Professor Marwan Abou-Rass offers clinicians evidence-based guidelines for better diagnosis and treatment planning. With nearly fifty years of teaching experience and leading-edge innovations in the field of endodontic education, Dr. Abou-Rass brings unparalleled expertise to this foundational course in endodontic diagnostics.

Collective analysis of the 8 profiles presents powerful diagnostics. The 4ROD eliminate the need for traditional concept of “tentative diagnosis”.

The 4R operational diagnosis protocol developed by Professor Marwan Abou-Rass offers clinicians evidence-based guidelines for better diagnosis and treatment planning. With nearly fifty years of teaching experience and leading-edge innovations in the field of endodontic education, Dr. Abou-Rass brings unparalleled expertise to this foundational course in endodontic diagnostics.

Abou-Rass’ 4R operational diagnosis protocol (4ROD) provides clinicians with eight (8) clinical profiles in which the strength of one findings offsets the weakness of the other. To reach a correct diagnosis and treat appropriately, biologically oriented clinicians analyze the anatomic, physiologic, pathologic relationships between the dental pulp, dentin, periodontal and periapical tissues and structures.

Learning Objectives

Analyze The Accuracy Of The Intraoral And Extraoral Diagnostic Radiology (OPG, PA, BW, CBCT)
Examine The Accuracy Of The Traditional Endodontic Tests (EPT, Cold Test, Heat Test)
Review The 4R Operational Diagnosis Protocol And How It Is Used In Differential Diagnosis Of Different Dental Disease Conditions..
Learn How To Use The 4R Operational Diagnosis Protocol In The Diagnosis And Treatment Planning Of The Followings:
Diagnosis Of Internal Resorption Problems
Diagnosis Of External Root Resorption Problems
Diagnosis Of Pulp Disease Problems:
Normal Pulp
Reversible Pulpitis
Symptomatic Irreversible Pulpitis
Asymptomatic Irreversible Pulpitis
Pulp Necrosis
Pulp Calcification
Periapical:
Symptomatic Apical Periodontitis
Asymptomatic Apical Periodontitis
Acute Apical Abscess
Chronic Apical Abscess
Condensing Osteitis
Periradicular:
The Isolated Periodontal Pocket Diagnosis
Suggested Audience
General Practitioners
Suggested Format
Full Day, Partial Day, Keynote; Lecture and Demonstration
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