Achieving Effective Root Canal Treatment

The Best Simple and Effective Root Canal Treatment with Rotary and Reciprocation

Detailed  theory and hands on presentation of  rotary and reciprocation systems and how they may deliver successful root canal treatments with even the most difficult clinical cases, while maintaining best clinical practice, and how this drastically reduces problems related to root canal preparation.

This full day course will provide greater understanding and experience in the Mtwo and NEW RECIPROC BLUE  systems  and the Endodontic procedure. The hands-on sections provide practical  and easily applicable benefits to you in your practice. 

Understand how to achieve the optimal root canal preparation from both theoretical practical perspectives.

Learn why Reciprocation is the growth trend in Endodontics in achieving excellent clinical outcomes.

Learning outcomes:

  • Appreciate the benefits of the Mtwo rotary system 
  • Understand the basic concepts of reciprocation in Endodontics
  • Know the main characteristics  and clinical procedure with of the Reciproc instruments
  • Understand the rationale of Reciproc single-file technique
  • Be able to use the Reciproc instruments on resin blocks and extracted teeth
  • Become conversant with the new GuttaFusion carrier-based filling technique
  • Be able to use Guttafusion on resin blocks and extracted teeth
  • Improve your obturation technique by practicing the matched master cone and carrier systems with Beefill 2 in 1 warm obturation technique 

About the presenters

Dr Geoffrey Young is a specialist Endodontist practicing in Strathfield, and is actively involved in endodontic teaching at the University of Sydney. He was awarded the University Medal with his dental degree from the University of Sydney in 2002 prior to completing his Doctor of Clinical Dentistry at the University of Melbourne. Geoff was the first endodontist in NSW to obtain Fellowship of the RACDS in the Special Field of Endodontics, and is the current Secretary/Treasurer of the Australian Society of Endodontology (NSW).


Professor Peter Duckmanton  is the Senior Clinical Specialist in Endodontics at Sydney Dental Hospital and an Adjuctive Associate Professor with the Faculty of Dentistry where he has taught endodontics for over 25 years. His dental qualifications are from the University of Sydney. On graduation Peter entered the RAAF Dental Service where he was, at one time, the youngest Senior Dental Officer in the Service. He has been previously the Federal President of the Australian Society of Endodontology as well as the state president and secretary/treasurer of the NSW Branch of the ASE and the Secretary/Treasurer of the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Endodontists. He holds fellowships from the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons, the International College of Dentists and the Pierre Fauchard Academy and is a federal councillor of the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons.

Peter is on the review panels of the International Endodontic Journal, The Australian Endodontic Journal, Dental Traumatology and Special Care in Dentistry. Peter was a major organizing force for the first and second Trans-Tasman Endodontic Conferences and was on the organizing committee of the third. He has lectured and given hands-on courses throughout Australia, New Zealand, the UK and Sweden. He has most recently been involved with epidemiological studies on endodontics in various Australian populations and since 2008 has been an Honours Supervisor for 35 Bachelor of Dentistry students at the University of Sydney.

He is known as an entertaining lecturer with a very practical approach but has a rather different sense of humour. Interestingly, he is also a world recognized authority on the literature of Tri-ang Railways having contributed to a book on the subject. 
Member Price
Dentists  $790.00
Non-Member Price
Non-Members  $948.00
CPD Hours: 6.5


Sydney, NSW


Centre for Professional Development 1 Atchison Street ST LEONARDS NSW 2065

Dates and times

Wednesday 11 April 2018

9:00AM - 4:30PM