Dr. Julian Webber discusses his commitment to pain-free endodontics
Dr. August de Oliveira discusses how 3D technology assists in the modern endodontic practice
It seems that every day we are bombarded by another ad for “3D dentistry.” Whether it’s in a journal, a mailer or even on the radio, one can’t seem to escape the daily onslaught of marketing on cone beams. So how does one separate the fact from the hype? How do these machines impact how one performs endodontics? How do you decide which scanner is right for you?
Dr. Peter G. Delaney describes how proper endodontic isolation using pins will save time, money, and unnecessary stress
Proper endodontic treatment can be challenging enough without encountering isolation problems. With a standard case, isolation is usually not an issue, but with gross decay or a tooth that has already been prepped for a crown, it can be. The case study examined in this article is a tooth that has been prepped for a crown at the ideal 8-10–degree angle of convergence and requires root canal treatment (RCT). Every experienced clinician has encountered a number of these teeth and has struggled with various ways to isolate them.
Dr. Michael Sultan reflects on the technological advances that have revolutionized endodontics since the 1990s
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