Dr. Wolf Richter

Spezialist für Endodontie (DGEndo und EDA) in der Praxis Hürzeler/Zuhr in München

  • Born on 26.11.1958 in Hilden, Germany
  • 1981-86 Studied dentistry at the University of Bonn (Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität)
  • 1986 State examinations
  • 1986-90 Assistant to Dr. Wolfgang Bolz in Munich - here, he very soon had initial contact with modern endodontia during courses with Frank Wein and Peter Guldener
  • 1988 Graduated from the University of Bonn (Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität)
  • 1990 Group practice with Dr. Wolfgang Bolz
  • 1993 Joined Prof. Dr. Hannes Wachtel at the group practice
  • 1995 Group practice with Dr. Otto Zuhr - interest in modern endodontia continuously grows
  • 1996 Treatment is purely limited to treating endodontia - the surgical microscope was mounted in the practice in the same year for this
  • 1997 Several international work placements in the USA for Syngcuk Kim and Clifford J. Ruddle
  • 1999 Founding of the Centre for Dentistry (Bolz Wachtel Hürzeler Zuhr Richter) at Rosenkavalierplatz in Munich (ZZM) with a separate private practice for endodontia within the ZZM since 2000
  • Specialist for endodontia (medical specialist equivalent) according to the German Association for Endodontia (DGEndo) and according to the European Dental Association (EDA)
  • Co-founder and former member of the Executive Board (2002-2007) of the German Association for Endodontia (DGEndo)
  • Co-founder of the study group for microscopy in dentistry
  • Speaker at a number of courses and further training events since 2002 and to some extent, in collaboration with Josef Diemer

Contributions of this expert

Revision of endodontic treated teeth is a common problem. In this clinical case Dr. Josepf Diemer und Dr. Wolf Richter/Germany demonstrate their approach step by step.

19,90 €*

A minimally-invasive apicoectomy on tooth 22 is demonstrated here by Dr. Wolf Richter, Munich/Germany. Following an overview of the initial situation and the patient's medical history, the surgical procedure begins with a sulcular incision and a vertical incision to provide relief.

19,90 €*

Revision of endodontic treated teeth is a common problem. In this clinical case Dr. Josepf Diemer und Dr. Wolf Richter/Germany demonstrate their approach step by step.

19,90 €*