Course Details

Streamlined Endodontics: 2-Day Course

May 1 - 2, 2020



This unique program is a collaborative effort of the Penn Dental Medicine Department of Endodontics and Dr. Martin Trope, the founder of Next Level Endodontics, for the practitioner who seeks to provide his or her patients with long-term predictable clinical success. The course content matches biologic requirements for success with cutting edge technology. Participants will be trained in bio-minimalistic rotary concepts using maximally safe apical sizes or advanced anatomically directed virtual core instruments.  Passive bioceramic obturation completes the requirements for a technique that respects both biological and functional requirements for long term success. These systems are consistent, efficient and predictable and readily transferable from the classroom to the treatment room. The class size is small so individual attention is guaranteed and the NLE faculty is available online for follow-up technical support and assistance.


At this program you will experience:

  • the use of microscopes to visualize the root canal system.
  • the most advanced adaptive/virtual core instrumentation
    • the XP Shaper and Finisher system
    • bio-active materials for obturation
  • three-dimensional root cleaning; anatomically driven
  • three-dimensional intra-canal disinfective finishing
  • optimal debridement and sizing of the apical third
  • synchronized cold hydraulic bioceramic root filling
  • progressive irrigation techniques
  • hands-on workshop
  • a live patient demonstration which will demonstrate the techniques discussed
  • personalized instruction on how the new era of 3-dimensional shaping, cleaning and obturation will impact on your practice future.

Treatment of Apical Periodontitis:
Positive treatment outcomes for necrotic teeth are invariably lower than those for vital teeth with irreversible pulpitis. The attendee will learn current procedures of microbial control, bio-mechanical instrumentation and state-of-the-art irrigation protocols that can ensure the same rate of success for necrotic teeth and vital teeth.

Instrumentation of the Apical Third:
The generally accepted rationale for apical preparation will be discussed. The evidence based biologic imperative of apical third shaping and cleaning will be addressed in regard to the pros and cons of various instrument sizes and tapers.

Operating Microscope Instruction with Hands-On:
Our faculty will cover the basics of the operating microscope and its benefits with endodontic treatment. Each participant will be shown on a personal basis how to parfocal and adjust the oculars so that they can use the microscope throughout the hands-on sections of the course and utilize this knowledge in practice.

Three Dimensional Root Cleaning and Synchronized, Hydraulic, Bioceramic Root Filling:
Bio-minimalistic 3-D cleaning and bioceramic root filling technologies will be discussed. New technologies promise excellent results for vital and non-vital teeth both for prevention and for treatment of apical periodontitis and for the long-term survivability of the tooth will be shared.

Hands-On Training:
Participants will perform effective, hands-on exercises on extracted teeth as well as realistic simulated models of natural teeth. This establishes a foundation for predictable and safe rotary NiTi instrumentation of the root canal system. New 3-D technology that allows for superior cleaning of the root canal system in all dimensions with minimal removal of dentin will be introduced. The limitations of gutta-percha obturation will be presented and state-of-the art, bioactive obturation techniques and concepts will be highlighted during the course

Participants are asked to bring 2 – 4 extracted teeth, accessed for endodontic treatment.

Terms and Conditions:
The fee for the course is $2,500 with a deposit of $1,000, which reserves the space. The remaining balance will be due 30 days before the first day of the course. The original credit card will be charged unless prior arrangements are made by the registraint.  
If the course is cancelled by the registrant six weeks or more before the start date, the deposit minus a $100 administrative fee will be refunded. If the course is cancelled by the registrant with fewer than six weeks before the start date, the deposit is non-refundable. However, $200 of the deposit can be credited towards a future course.

Register online or call Merrie Hupp — 828 243-8078

Course Location:

Dental Future Center
401 Commerce Drive, Suite 100
Fort Washington, PA  19304
Dental Future Center


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Dr. Martin Trope

Martin Trope was born in Johannesburg, South Africa where he earned his BDS degree in dentistry in 1976. From 1976 to 1980, he practiced general dentistry and endodontics. In 1980, he moved to Philadelphia to specialize in Endodontics at the University of Pennsylvania. After graduating as an ...

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Dr. James G. Hupp

Dr. James G. Hupp received his DMD from the University of Pennsylvania in 1984. Upon graduating, he practiced general dentistry in the US Navy until 1993. In 1996, he completed his endodontic residency program at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a

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  • Length: 2 Day(s)
  • Class Size: 15
  • CE Hours: 16
  • Price:US $2500
  • Institution: Next Level Endodontics, In conjunction with Next Level Endodontics
  • Language: English
  • Location: Dental Future Center, 401 Commerce Drive, Suite 100, PENNSYLVANIA, United States, Fort Washington, 19034