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ESE Pre-congress Symposium: Current advances and controversies in tooth, root and canal anatomy led by Hany Ahmed and Marco Versiani
Over the last century, the complexity of root and canal systems has been well documented using numerous techniques. More recently, technological advances in 3D computed tomographic imaging have given rise to more accurate methods for evaluation of tooth anatomy and also revealed inconsistencies in the classification of the internal anatomy of several tooth types. The main purpose of this pre-congress workshop is to provide participants with up-to-date clinical and laboratory evidence on root and canal anatomy. The key aims are to:
• Present innovations in the field of imaging technology for the study of root and canal anatomy;
• Discuss how these advances in 3D imaging and our better understanding of internal tooth anatomy impact on patient care;
• Summarize our knowledge on the anatomy of human teeth acquired by the most recent in vivo epidemiological studies;
• Engage participants in the discussion of controversies in root and root canal terminology, concepts and classifications.
COST: 130 + VAT Euros (ESE Registered Postgraduate students 90 + VAT Euros)
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