College of Diplomates- The opportunity to participate in the specialty of endodontics is a unique privilege that requires great responsibility. No other specialty requires the application of so many aspects of the dental profession. To be successful the endodontist must 1) integrate diagnostic and treatment planning skills, 2) develop exceptional technical skills and expertise in performing surgical and nonsurgical procedures, 3) apply knowledge of anatomy and morphology, pharmacology, microbiology, inflammation and immunology, pathology, pain, radiology, and biomaterials and 4) manage a complex array of clinical problems. This must be accomplished in an atmosphere characterized by unprecedented change in science and technology.
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