Endodontics: clinical protocols on scientific basis
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The 37th National Congress of the Italian Society of Endodontics (SIE), that will take place in Bologna the next 12th and 13th of November, finally marks a new beginning of in-person activities, as symbolically represented by the motto “SIE restart”.
Last year the absence of our National Congress was admirably replaced by the Virtual Endodontic Week Convention of SIE from 3rd to 7th of November 2020. However, the urgent need of social as well as scientific restart, in line with the improvement of the pandemic condition and in compliance with laws, has allowed the creation of a full cultural program that will deal with Endodontics: clinical protocols on scientific basis. Specifically, during the two-days Congress personalities of note belonging to our Society and scientific community will present several lectures to provide an excursus on different fields of endodontics, from traditional endodontic approach to endodontic surgery and minimally-invasive procedures, taking into account new digital technologies and supporting the clinical results with the most recent scientific evidences. Indeed, Evidenced-Based Medicine (EBM) plays a central role in daily clinical practice, allowing more expert clinicians to make more aware clinical decisions based on high quality scientific research with the aim to maintain the global health of patients. Even in the endodontic field, this approach not only provides more complete endodontists but also establishes the topics of future studies.
Looking forward to see You in-person at the 37th National Congress of SIE!
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