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Endodontic Micro Access Guides |14 CE CREDITS

2-day course, hands-on training on software and we can add hands-on 3D printing if enough printers are available.

Endodontic Micro Access Guides |14 CE CREDITS
Endodontic Micro Access Guides |14 CE CREDITS

Time & Location

Aug 17, 2024, 8:00 AM – Aug 18, 2024, 6:00 PM

Magne Education, 9100 Wilshire Blvd #400w, Beverly Hills, CA 90212, USA

About the event

Endo Access Guide Course Objectives:

Endodontics has seen significant technological advances in the last decade enhancing the precision and predictability of treatment. Although endodontic treatment is a predictable procedure with long-term tooth retention rates and success, failures and treatment limitations may still be present due to case limitations. The purpose of this presentation is to show and discuss clinical scenarios of extremely difficult endodontic cases that could be treated and managed using 3D printing and Static Endodontic Guides.


At conclusion, participants should be able to:

 • Develop an understanding of the use of the Endo access guides and its applications

 • Develop an understanding of new advancements in 3D endodontics and 3D apical surgery utilizing guided technology 

 • Use BSB (Blue Sky Bio) software to design and fabricate the K-Endo guides for treating both (moderately to severe) calcified cases and Apical surgery.

Materials Needed: Nothing needed. Doctors would bring their own laptops to learn the software.

SPEAKER: Dr. David Kelliny

Dr. David Kelliny earned his Bachelor's in Dental Surgery from Cairo University in 1992; He graduated with a Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from University of Southern California in 1998 and earned a Certificate in Endodontics also from USC in 2001.

Dr. Kelliny is one of the first endodontists to integrate dental implants into their practice, he lectured extensively about Dental implants and the use of planning software such as BlueSkyPlan, Simplant, Co-diagnostix; integrating 3D software and Dental implants into the modern endodontic practice and General dentistry. He lectured at local and international levels about Surgical implantology and the use of custom surgical guides for implant placement and Endodontic surgeries.

Dr. Kelliny is the inventor and patent holder of the Endodontic Access guide, which is used for treating extremely difficult endodontic cases.

He is currently a part time Clinical Assistant Professor at the Herman Ostrow School of dentistry of USC postgraduate Endodontic program; he was the director of an elective surgical implant course for endodontic residents between 2008-2013. Dr. Kelliny has been teaching at USC since 2002; he is involved in teaching and lecturing residents on various aspects of endodontics with a specific emphasis on surgical endodontics, 3D endodontics and Dental Implants.

Dr. Kelliny is a member of the American Dental Association, California Dental Association, Western Los Angeles Dental Society, American Association of Endodontists, American Dental Society Anesthesiology and International Congress of Implantologists.


  • General Admission

    This ticket allows participants to enter the course only. Accommodation is not included.




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