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The abstract submission deadline is drawing close, so please don't miss the opportunity to share your research and clinical work with colleagues during our flagship 2023 event!
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The ESE is delighted to announce its Corporate Partnership with leading endodontic manufacturer and distributor, EdgeEndo. This exciting initiative represents the culmination of many months of planning and negotiation and will...
The ESE is pleased to announce the formation of a new Engagement and Communications Committee and to introduce Laura Andriukaitiene as its first Chair. Laura will be working with the Executive Board over the coming months to...
The ESE Executive Board is delighted to announce the appointment of Cristiano Fabiani who will serve as Clinical Practice Committee Vice Chair until 31st December 2023. From 1st January 2024, he will join the Executive Board as...
Report on the ESE S3-Level Guidelines on the Treatment of Pulpal and Apical Disease Guideline Summit
The inaugural European Society of Endodontology (ESE) S3-Level Clinical Guideline summit took place in Olissippo Oriente Hotel,...
Effectiveness of root resection techniques compared with root canal retreatment or apical surgery for the treatment of apical periodontitis and tooth survival: A systematic review
Please follow this link and discover a wealth of high quality scientific material onlinelibrary.wiley.com/toc/13652591/2023/56/S1
See you in Helsinki in September!
Congratulations to Dr. Arias Moliz from the University of Granada who wins the ESE Annual Research Grant 2022!
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Effectiveness of apical surgery in treating apical periodontitis -
Apical surgery versus conventional endodontic treatment
Effectiveness of vital pulp treatment in managing nontraumatic pulpitis in teeth with no or non-spontaneous pain: A systematic review to inform S3-level guideline development
The development of European Society of Endodontology S3-level guidelines for the treatment of pulpal and apical disease
Present status and future directions in clinical Endodontics, Part 1
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