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A lot of dental students that are about to graduate haven’t gotten much experience with rotary endodontics. With us here to bust many myths regarding rotary is Associate Professor Ha of the University of Sydney, a specialist endodontist and co-founder of the extremely helpful endo-prep app. If you’re looking for clarification on what a ‘hybrid system’ actually means and tips for rookies to avoid in using rotary than this is the episode for you.
A/Prof William Ha
Completed specialist training in Endodontics in 2021 at the University of Adelaide and South Australian Dental Services. The DClinDent program included 9 articles in peer-reviewed journals, 1 article currently in press and one book chapter. Completed a PhD which included 11 articles in peer-reviewed journals. Completed the JBI Comprehensive systematic review training program. Recipient of multiple research and travel grants. Awarded a Fellow of the Pierre Fauchard Academy – an international dental association that recognizes and supports leaders of the dental profession. Active researcher actively presenting research findings, locally and internationally, at scientific meetings as well as publishing multiple scientific articles. Active contributor to dental teaching, research and philanthropy. Committee member for the International Association of Dental Traumatology
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