RG&S Study Club - Endodontics - Identifying & Managing The Challenges

Presented by the ADAQ RG&S Committee

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Bookings close: 15-Feb-2019 This event is fully booked


5:30 - 8:00pm


ADAQ CPD & Training Centre
26-28 Hamilton Place 
Bowen Hills QLD 4006



2 hrs


Light dinner and refreshments provided


Endodontics - Identifying & Managing The Challenges


These specially tailored events are offered to fifth year dental students and recently graduated Dentists (2014-2018) to gain skills and confidence as a young practitioner.
This RG&S Study Club event is designed to provide quality information and advice from specialist Endodontist Dr Rob Hazlewood.
Specific case studies will be examined and discussed, so the following questions can be answered;
• How do I deal with hot pulps?
• How do I avoid disasters?
• What ‘mishaps’ am I capable of managing?
• What am I not seeing on PAs?
• How many canals are there?
• Why doesn’t my GP go to the WL?
• How can I avoid file separation?
• How do I tell my patient I stuffed up?
• How do I know what cases I should refer?
• What are the techniques and systems I should be using, or avoiding?
• When should retreatment be conducted and can I do that?


An online streaming service will be available for delegates who are unable to attend in person.  Please email your interest in this service to events@adaq.com.au


Dr Rob Hazlewood


Dr Rob Hazlewood


BDSc (Hon.) MDSc (Endo) FRACDS MRACDS (Endo)

Dr Hazlewood has been working as a specialist endodontist since 1998. Rob graduated as a general dentist in 1982, receiving a BDSc (Hon) degree from the University of Queensland. He returned to receive his MDSc (Endodontics) from the same institution in 1998. After graduation Rob spent 15 years as a Dental Officer with the Australian Army, during which time he obtained a Fellowship from the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons. He continues to support the Australian Army as a Lieutenant Colonel Consultant. Rob has worked at Endodontics Only since 2003. He has served as president of the Australian Society of Endodontology and has provided clinical mentoring and lectures for dental students at the University of Queensland.