Remaining Time

Elif Çiftçioğlu

Born in İstanbul, in 1978. Graduated from Faculty of Dentistry, Istanbul University in 2000.  Started her PhD research in Department of Endodontics at the same university in 2001 and received her PhD degree in 2007. The same year she enrolled Faculty of Business Administration, Anadolu University and graduated in 2011. She studied at Bahcesehir University between 2008-2009 and completed her MBA in 2009. She worked as an Endodontist in a private dental hospital between 2008-2014. She had served as Chief Physician at the same hospital for the last 3 years. She has been working as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Endodontics, Okan University since 2014.

Minimal Invasive Shaping and Bioceramic Sealers
 

The final step of root canal treatment is three dimensionally obturation and bacteria-tight seal of root canals. For this purpose, all previous steps of root canal treatment must be performed well.
Appropriate shaping and obturation of the shaped root canals with materials that will ensure its sealing is inevitable.  
The prognosis of the treatment will be affected by remaining dentin thickness during shaping and obturation with the filling materials that will contribute to the integrity of the tooth by forming a monoblock.
In this lecture shaping of root canals with minimal invasive approach and obturation with bioceramic based filling materials in order to maintain a monoblock will be discussed.