RDE 312 – Endodontics 1

Course lecturer :

Prof.Dr. Abd Elhamied Yousef Lec. Dr. Soliman Kamha Lec. Dr. Mohamed Attia

Course assistant :

Maha Tarek / Mohamed Shawky / Rania Morsy / Marwa Ebrahem / Alaa Eltawel / Rasha Elbarkouky / Mai Desoky / Hoida Anan Basant Abd Elnaby / Omneya Mohamed / Heba Elkhazendar / Ahmed Adel / Salma Elgazar

Course objectives :

After completing this course, students should be able to know: 1- Introduction of endodontics. 2- Modern endodontic therapy 3- Space anatomy and access opening to all teeth. 4- Preparation for endodontic therapy. 5- Coronal and radicular cavity preparation 6- Endodontic instruments 7- Obturation of radicular space

Course description :

It is extremely important during this course the student gain a fundamental background in these areas of endodontics. 1- Introduction and modern endodontic therapy. 2- Space anatomy and access opening to all teeth. 3- How to prepare different teeth for endodontic therapy. 4- How to prepare coronal and radicular cavity preparation 5- Endodontic instruments 6- How to obturate the radicular space

Course assessment :

1- Written Exams: – Quiz (20 marks) – Mid Term in 8th week (20 marks) – Final Exam in 15th & 16th & 17th weeks (60 marks) 2- Practical Exams: – Mid Term in 7th week (20 marks) – Final in 14th week (40 marks) 3- Participation: Including attendance, infection control, requirements, assignments and total evaluation of the practical work in all sections along the semester. (40 marks)

Recommended text books :

Endodontics. Fifth Edition. JOHN I. INGLE, DDS, MSD, LEIF K. BAKLAND, DDS BC Decker Inc Hamilton • London 2002.

Recommended refrences :

1- Pathway of the pulp. tenth Edition. Stephen Cohen MA. DDS. FIC. FACD, Kenneth M. Hargreaves, DDS, PhD, FACD. MOSBY ELSEVIER. 11830 Westline Industrial Drive. St. Louis Missouri 63146. 2016. 2- Principles and practice of endodontics THIRD EDITION RICHARD E. WALTON, DMD, MS, MAHMOUD TORABINEJAD, DMD, M5D, PhD Philadelphia London NewYork St.Louis Sydney Toronto 2002.