An Evidence-Based Endodontic Implant Algorithm: Untying the Gordian Knot; Part I
Kenneth S. Serota, DDS, MMSc
Endodontic-Restorative Symbioses: Diagnosis and Treatment
The success of endodontic treatment is comprised of proper diagnosis and treatment, which is easier to accomplish when the symptoms correlate to the clinical and radiographic findings. It is generally a more predictable treatment on anterior teeth as opposed to posterior teeth due to the number of canals and their internal configuration. A multidisciplinary approach has never been more essential to provide the patient with the best possible choices for treatment. Moreover, the general dentist and…
1 Hour Molar Endo
Molar endo in less that 1 hour using conventional instruments and without instrument breakage issues
Do All Endodontically Treated Teeth Require a Post?
Treatment modalities in restorative dentistry should be implemented with a solid rationale behind them and support from scientific studies.These principles, in conjunction with clinical experience, can dictate when and if a post is required when a tooth has undergone root canal treatment. Dentists know each tooth is anatomically different and should be diagnosed and treated with an individual approach when it comes to its restoration. It is tempting to follow a path that leads into a routine in which…
Endodontic Procedural Concepts
Procedural concepts are addressed including when to perform a .04 taper and when to do a .06 taper.
Apical Dentinal Cracks as a Cause of Endodontic Treatment Failure: Microsurgical Diagnosis and Management part 2 of 2
This new lecture is about analyzing the cause of my personal retreatment failures by using microsurgical techniques.
Root Canal Perforations - Diagnosis and Treatment - Part 3 of 3
Dr. Leandro Pereira details the diagnosis and variable options for the management and treatment of root perforations.
Prevention and Management of Broken Endodontic Instruments
This lecture aims to review the most common preventive measures to avoid file breakage and to provide clinical tips and recommendations for the management of challenging broken file cases. Highly invasive, minimal invasive and non invasive broken instrument removal techniques are showcased through video case presentation series under the microscope.
Limited Field Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) in Endodontics
This lecture will highlight the advantages of CBCT imaging in light of recent research demonstrating a significant increase in lesion visualization when compared to periapical radiographs.
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