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University Upgrades Help Support Planned 2-Year Endodontic Residency Program

The University of Kentucky College of Dentistry’s Division of Endodontics recently completed renovation efforts on its endodontic suite.

University of Kentucky

The University of Kentucky College of Dentistry’s Division of Endo­dontics recently completed reno­vation efforts on its endodontic suite. Featuring the latest technology, the upgraded clinic will support the school’s plans to launch an accredited, 24-month endodontic residency curriculum to replace the existing 12-month postdoctoral endodontic scholar program. In addition to providing ready access to three-dimensional cone beam imaging, the renovated suite houses surgical operating microscopes, surgical ultrasonic units, and the latest in chairside technology. The adjoining endodontic conference room allows for the observation and discussion of cases being treated in the clinic in real-time.

Alfred H. Wiemann, DMD, MS, chief of the University of Kentucky College of Dentistry’s Division of Endodontics, says the school’s recently renovated endodontics suite allows the clinic to provide superior care, as well as a better educational experience for students.

From Decisions in Dentistry. January 2021;7(1):7.

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