Gergely Benyőcs DMD graduated summa cum laude in 2001 at the Semmelweis University of Budapest, and completed his Master’s Degree at the Uni’s Departement of Conservative Dentistry in 2003.
Specialised in endodontic treatments and owns the PreceDent Dental Office, serving high level endodontic treatments, using microscopic approach and cutting edge technology.
His office is a certified training center for the three years postrgraduate endodontic program.
He was teaching at the Semmelweis University of Budapest from 2001 to 2003.
Member of the Hungarian Society of Endodontology, the New Jersey Association of Endodontists and the Academy of Microscope Enhanced Dentistry.
Chief editor of Endodoncia, the hungarian endodontic journal.
Organiser of the Endodontic Congress at DentalWorld Budapest, which is the largest event in this field in the region.
National and international lecturer.
Live webinars and online courses:
Primum nil nocere: A less invasive endodontic approach in our everyday practice.
21.12.2017, Dental Tribune Study Club.
Do we really need operating microscope for endodontic treatments?
24.05.2016, International Endomasters.
Journey to the apex of the root: conservative approach and access design.
Ninja, sumo, keyhole, moushole preparation, non- prep endo, guided endodontics, truss access etc. – strange expresisons became popular in recent days in endodontics.
What is the rationality behind it? Is it worth to be minimally invasive during endodontic treatments, braking sometimes the traditional rules?
In my presentation – focusing on a patient-centric approach – i will give answers to this actual questions.
- Minimally invasive approach become popular in endodontics, especially by social media users.
- Awereness of clinicians about the advantages and disadvantages of this approach is mandatory.
- Conservative approach is not just about access preparation. It involves also for example vital therapy, selective root retreatment and less invasive shaping strategy.
- To follow the idea of conservative access preparation and shaping, magnification and experience is mandatory.