2018 TODS Meeting Thursday-Saturday,
October 18-20

Delta Grand Okanagan Resort
Kelowna, British Columbia

Workshop – Dr. David Landwehr

R2C: The Root To Crown Solutions – Workshop

*Attendance of Dr. Landwehr’s morning lecture is MANDATORY for all workshop participants

Friday October 19, 2017   1:30pm – 4:30pm   

If you are currently pre-registered for the 2018 TODS Meeting and would like to add a workshop, please call Alison Hall, CDA TODS Meeting directly at 250-832-5249

Generously Co-Sponsored by Dentsply Sirona Endodontics with an unrestricted education grant

Dr. David Landwehr

Workshop Participants Are Asked To Bring 2-3 Extracted Molar Teeth (soaked in bleach with access holes) and Loupes

Alberta Dental Association & College – Approved for CE

Each step of endodontically treating and restoring a tooth is connected. This course walks through each step of root canal therapy – with each building on the success of the previous phase. From diagnostic protocol through coronal restoration, learn techniques for clinical success at every step needed to take the patient out of pain, restore function to the tooth while maintaining the proper aesthetic, and enhance long term success.

Learning Modules:

  • Diagnosis and Treatment Planning
  • A complete understanding of the factors of each case
  • Endodontic Access
  • Creating a proper access cavity is critical
  • Antibacterial Dressings
  • Inter-appointment medicaments and temporizing teeth
  • Shaping Utilizing the Most Advanced File Technology
  • Choices for imparting an appropriate shape to the canal
  • Irrigation
  • Importance of removal of infection-causing bacteria
  • Obturation
  • Pros and cons of sealers and obturation techniques
  • Coronal Restoration of the Endodontically Treated Tooth
  • Choosing between direct vs. indirect restoration


Dr. David Landwehr, is a practicing endodontist in Madison, WI, where he is also Chief of Endodontics for the Meriter Hospital general practice residency program.  He studied as an undergraduate at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and went on to earn his DDS at the University of Minnesota in 1994.  From there, he completed training in two dental specialties.  First, he earned an MS degree and certificate in Oral Maxillofacial Pathology at The Ohio State University in 1997 and then completed specialty training in Endodontics at the University of Michigan in 1999.  He has presented case studies and research findings both nationally and internationally.  In addition, he has published several articles in various peer reviewed journals and served as an evidence reviewer for the American Dental Association.  His dual certification in endodontics and oral pathology makes him uniquely qualified to diagnose sources of oral pain.

2018 TODS Meeting Thursday-Saturday,
October 18-20

Delta Grand Okanagan Resort
Kelowna, British Columbia

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