Continuing Education Centers
2540 Greenwood Dr.
Kissimmee, FL 34744
Phone:(800) 538-6836 or (800) 538-6835
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Fax: 407-344-3674

Course: Automated Endo 2005

Summary of Course Highlights:

  • True washed field endo, not available with rotary files
  • Rapid circumferential filing while maintaining canal integrity
  • One file crown-down prep in many cases. Far fewer than rotary in ALL cases.
  • Easy precision measurement, better than apical locators and almost as fast.
  • How endo files really work. Understanding file design i.e. de-lying advertisements
  • ADA certified sealer "for use with or without solid core material"
  • Eliminate wasted steps. No need to syringe irrigate. Paper point dry when ready to fill.
  • New endo contra angles that do the hard work for you, safely.
  • New cartridge syringe endo. Uniformly radio-opaque. Complete seal. Unbelievable control.
  • Why rotary files break. It's almost impossible to break a file if you don't twist it.
  • Probing blocked canals. AND how to avoid blocking out or ledging while doing so.
  • Hands on technique course. Learn the psycho-motor skills you need to actually DO endo.

Who can benefit by attending?

Most of the 22,000 previous attendees since 1976 have been general practice dentists who realize after trying to implement the techniques they learned in dental school, that they do not have the time to "do it the way they were taught." Others, after many years referring endo, realize that they are referring a Mercedes a year, and decide to pay themselves first. This course will get anyone started and provide continuing support for advancing from simple cases to the more complex. Retakes are encouraged.

Some pedodontists find that they are faced with emergency endo and once the caries is removed could complete the root canal faster than stopping the bleeding and temporizing to say nothing of the resistance to paying another fee to another specialist.

Some oral surgeons benefit by the ability to do the endo during surgery but look at the dozens of files needed for some rotary techniques and realize that they are not suitable for operating room use.

Some dentists near retirement find that they now have older patients who want endo but would rather have "their" dentist do it rather than refer to a new dentist perhaps in another city.

Dentists in outlying areas are faced with sending patients many miles when they could just as well do the endo. Many of these patients find their way to an oral surgeon instead.

Many or our attendees have tried other "simple" techniques only to find that they are "simple" for the full time endodontist but are still quite complex, requiring the purchase of thousands of dollars worth of supplies they never use.

Many recent graduates who thought they had been well trained quickly find that they do not have the speed necessary to do anything other than the simplest cases. They want to provide a good service but are embarrassed at the time it takes.

Educational objectives:

Update dentists on proven in-use endo materials and design chacteristics, correcting outdated knowledge, demystifying endo, to relate new technology correlating it with new techniques made possible by it, and provision of new knowledge in specific areas of endo.

Provide a hands-on forum for supervised introduction and/or increased proficiency in the dentist's approach to endo cases.

Identify and dispel reluctance of the general practitioner to incorporate endo into their practice through simplification.

Instructional methods and cost:

This is a two-day, live participation course with endodontic materials and supervised (non-patient) hands-on instruction. Tuition is $650.00 for both days, and includes the cost of materials used at the course.

Interspersed throughout the two days are short letures, demostrations and practice sessions with individualized supervision to help the dentist gain the proficiency needed to incorporate new techniques and technology in his or her practice immediately. The instruction is provided in such a way that transferrance from practice materials to patients is facilitated.

Courses are all on Thursdays and Fridays. Check in is 8:30 am on Thursday. Classes end at 5 PM on Thursday and 4 PM on Friday. Since we have our own classroom, individual consultations are available after class. Bring your xrays, handpieces, files, filling problems etc.

A working light lunch is included both days at noon. Coffee, soft drinks, tea and juices all day.

2005 Course dates:

  • June 2nd and 3rd (Th.,Fri.) Port Lucaya, Freeport, Grand Bahamas Island
  • June 16th and 17th (Th.,Fri.)
  • June 30th and May 1st (Th.,Fri.)
  • July 14th and 15th (Th.,Fri.)
  • July 28th and 29th (Th.,Fri.)
  • August 11th and 12th (Th.,Fri.)
  • August 25th and 26th (Th.,Fri.)
  • September 8th and 9th (Th.,Fri.)
  • September 22nd and 23rd (Th.,Fri.)
  • October 6th and 7th (Th.,Fri.)
  • October 20th and 21st (Th.,Fri.)
  • November 3rd and 4th (Th.,Fri.)
  • November 17th and 18th (Th.,Fri.)
  • December 1st and 2nd (Th.,Fri.)
  • December 15th and 16th (Th.,Fri.)
  • December 29th and 30th (Th.,Fri.)

Where Courses Are Held

All courses are held (except as noted) at our private classroom on East Irlo Bronson Hwy (Florida Rt 192) near the Florida's Turnpike Exit 244 in Kissimmee. Visitors to Florida might note that Disney Hotels and Complexes are 15 miles WEST near the other end of Irlo Bronson Hwy. There are numerous quality and mid-quality hotels near us on EAST Irlo Bronson Hwy. We are five miles directly south of the Orlando International Airport.

Kissimmee is a tourist center in itself hosting rodeos, bass fishing tournaments, golf, minor league spring training baseball (Houston Astos and Atlanta Braves) among numerous other attractions.

About the Instructor:

John J. Jacklich, Jr. D.D.S. is also known affectionately to his friends and attendees as "Dr. Jack". Dr. Jack has taught this course for CE Centers since 1976 as the originator of the traveling participation course. He is a 1962 graduate of Loyola Dental School in Chicago. Originally in general private practice in Downers Grove, Joliet, and Coal City Illinois, Dr. Jack has also served prior to 1976 as Director of Continuing Education for Loyola School of Dentistry, Chicago, Illinois.

Refund and cancellation policies:

Payment is requested at time of registration. Checks must be mailed with registrations and received by our office no later than three weeks prior to course date. Registrations with valid and current credit cards are accepted over the telephone up to the deadline. Registrations are confirmed three weeks prior to the course date by fax or mail, and payments will be deposited/charged at that time. Cancellations subsequent to the deposit/charge will not be refunded, however the participant may reschedule to a later course with no additional fee. Registrations include Florida admissions tax.

Continuing Education:

Requirements for CE vary from state to state. Registrant must check with their state board prior to registration to see if this course will qualify in their state.

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