BDS, MSc, PhD, FICD
Professor of Endodontics, Ain Shams University
Board member of Egyptian Dental Syndicate
Prof Hashem graduated in the Faculty of Oral and Dental medicine, Cairo University 1990, He got his master degree from the same university in 1997 and moved to Faculty of Dentistry, Ain Shams University to work as assistant lecturer in the department of restorative dentistry. In 2001, he finished his PHD in Endodontics and promoted to be a lecturer in Endodontic department. In 2007, He became an associate professor in the same faculty. In 2009, he among others established the Arab MicroDentistry Association and became its president. In 2011, Prof. Hashem moved to the Faculty of Oral and Dental Medicine at Future University. He founded and started one of the finest education centers in the Middle East in the Future university in 2012. This center contains 20 surgical microscopes, digital radiography, soon to have CBCT and all the contemporary devices and instruments in the field of Endodontics.
Prof. Hashem conducts a postgraduate Micro-Endodontic course every month in this center since 2012. Also in 2012, he was promoted to full Professor Position in Department of Endodontics in the same University. He has been since 2012 visiting Metro-Health hospital in Cleveland, USA and conducting a micro-Endodontic course to the residents of the general residency program there. He was chosen by the Egyptian Association of Endodontists to be Egypt country representative in the International Federation of Endodontic Associations in 2014. He became a certified speaker to FDI in 2014. He is serving also as the general secretary of the Egyptian Association of Endodontists since 2015. In the beginning of 2016, Dr Hashem joined the board of the Egyptian Dental Syndicate and now acting as the head of the continuous education committee. He was the head of the scientific committee during its last international meeting in September 2016. He was nominated as a Fellow of the International College of Dentists (FICD) in 2016. Prof. Hashem holds a private practice limited to Micro Endodontics.
Single file: Is it a reality or just hype
Friday 9th November 2018
Rotary NiTi instruments have invaded our daily dental practice. Definitely they had a great role in enhancement of the performance of general practitioners. However, general practitioners were complaining from the so many files in the early systems, which were used during shaping the root canal system. This motivated manufacturers to seek systems with less number of files. The dream of preparing the canals with only one file was always there. With the recent introduction of such proposed idea and files, Did we really reach this dream? Knowing that most shaping systems can not touch more than 60-65% of root canal walls, what about single files? What about the stresses induced upon these file during root canal preparation? What are the possible strategies to minimize stresses upon these files? Reciprocation versus continuous rotation, does it make a difference? Martensitic versus austenitic alloys, secrets behind the doors Reciproc blue rotary file, is it a great leap or just an ordinary change? This workshop will shed a light on all these questions and try to answer them.
1. Using the Single file approach
2. Using Reciproc blue NiTi file
3. Stresses induced Upon filing
4. Reciprocation against continuous rotation
9:30 – 12:00: lecture (Single file: is it a reality or just a hype?)
12:00 – 12:30: Coffee break
12:30 – 02:00: Live Demonstration using Reciproc blue rotary NiTi file.
02:00 – 3:0: Lunch Break
3:00 – 5:00 Working on extracted molar teeth.
5:00 – 5:3 Exam
Every candidate should bring with him extracted upper or lower molar.