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SICAT Endo – Diagnosis and Planning of Endodontic Treatment

Learn in this course how to use the SICAT Endo software to successfully perform your endo treatment by visualizing and analyzing each root canal.

By using the visualization options of the software, you will gain a better insight into the tooth morphology. You will be able to explain and visualize complex situations to your patient and create a report that you can use for patient consultation, documentation or sharing with colleagues.

Explore all the benefits of merging periapical images and CAD CAM data to enhance your predictable and accurate treatment planning.

Finally, see how to order the SICAT ACCESSGUIDE in a digital workflow to gain direct access to the root canal.


  • Overview of the SICAT Endo workflow
  • How to import data and navigate through a
    2D/3D image
  • How to map and analyze the root canals · How to create a report
  • How to create a report
  • How to plan and order a SICAT ACCESSGUIDE
  • Additional Information: Optimizing visualization
  • Additional Information: Importing CAD-CAM data

Target Group

Dentists performing endodontic treatment. Clinicians or lecturers for diagnostic radiography or anyone interested in dental 3D diagnostics.

Last Update: 2022-11-22

No, only a 3D dataset is mandatory for the planning of guided root canal access. The integration of 2D images is a valuable option which simplifies diagnostics. For all those who are used to work in 2D, it is an easy tool to quickly learn how to use 3D as well.
No, the matching algorithm of SICAT Endo needs orthogonal images to ensure the best matching results.
Yes, within the SICAT SUITE 1.4 STL, SSI and SIXD files can be matched.
Alternatively, you can send stone models to SICAT. This option can be chosen in the order wizard.
No, files are not shown, but the curvature and length of the root canals is clearly displayed and visualized.
Yes, screenshots and annotations can be summarized and exported as PDF.
SICAT works with drills from Meisinger. The Meisinger drills have a diameter of 1.2mm and are available with a length of 16mm and 24mm.
Yes. When ordering the SICAT ACCESSGUIDE, you can directly select drills and add them to your order. A larger quantity of drills can be ordered separately in the SICAT Store.
No, SICAT will send you multiple guides and will only charge $30 for each additional guide for the same tooth.
One guide is $175 including one sleeve. For each additional guide for the same tooth SICAT will charge $30.
Yes, this is possible. Please check the Instructions for use of SICAT ACCESSGUIDE for further details which you can download in the download area.
No, the SICAT ACCESSGUIDE is used for the minimal-invasive preparation of the root canal access.
No, it is not possible to mill or print the guide in your office.
This depends on the mouth opening of the patient and should be checked individually for each patient before ordering a SICAT ACCESSGUIDE.
SICAT guarantees and documents production accuracy of less than 500 µm at the end of your planned drill path, for every fabricated SICAT ACCESSGUIDE.
A steam sterilization (autoclave) of the SICAT ACCESSGUIDE is not possible. Please check the Instructions for use of SICAT ACCESSGUIDE on how to handle the guide. You can download the instructions in the download area.
No, the only software to plan and order a SICAT ACCESSGUIDE is SICAT Endo.
The maximum production time for a SICAT ACCESSGUIDE is 6 working days, starting from the date SICAT receives all information and materials required.
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Enrolled: 49 students
Lectures: 7
Level: Beginner