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French dentist to speak at endodontic seminar

The Endodontic Society of Philippines will hold its third quarterly seminar on Monday from 1 to 4:30 p.m. at the Unilab Bayanihan Main Hall in Mandaluyong City with Dr. Philippe Guettier as its speaker,  according its president, Dr. Isabel G. Campos-Bustos.

In his two-part lecture, Guettier will teach participants how to manage difficult molar root canal treatment and basic treatment for routine cases, and the approaches on negotiating retreatment cases or failed root canal treatment.

Guettier obtained a post-graduate certificate in Endodontics and Periodontology in 1990. He was nominated part-time assistant professor at the Paris Dental School in 1990 and worked in Dr. R. Grossman’s private dental practice from 1991 to 1995.

Since 1992, he has been actively involved in the research and development of endodontic instruments. His main interest is the research of innovations to simplify and improve endodontic treatment of general dentists in their daily practice.

Guettier has presented over 300 lectures on endodontics in various congresses and at dental schools, before audiences of endodontic specialists and general dental groups, in more than 35 countries.

More details of the seminar may be obtained from Dr. Jo Nepomuceno at 899-1263 and 0917-831-2412. Registration starts at 12 noon on Monday.

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