Drs. L. Stephen Buchanan and Christophe Verbanck discuss a new technique to retrieve a broken fragment with a loop If it can be broke, then it can be fixed — Bloc Party, The Pioneers. Although files and instruments nowadays are meticulously well-designed and have an unmatched metallurgy in comparison to a decade ago, instrument separation […]
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Drs. L. Stephen Buchanan and Christophe L.M. Verbanck discuss a modern answer to an age-old issue “If you obey all the rules, you miss all the fun” — Katharine Hepburn The rotary file rule Since the beginning of the nickel-titanium (NiTi) rotary file revolution, we have been nearsighted in our expectations of what is possible.
Endodontic diagnoses and treatment plan formulations performed by general dentists and endodontic specialists with the teledentistry method
Drs. Avi Shemesh, Marina Korektor-Rubinstein, Iddo Levy, Aurel Dadoun, Roman Grushyn, Alin Yaya, Shir Keshales-Shultz, Meital Abadi, and Avi Levin look into how to improve teledentistry outcomes Abstract Objectives The purpose of the present study was to assess pulp and root canal diagnoses and treatment plan formulations performed by endodontic specialists (ES) and general practitioners
Endodontic management of challenging anatomy with a new file system — about a retreatment in upper first premolar type VI Vertucci
Dr. Hugo Sousa Dias illustrates retreatment of a case with complex root canal anatomy Introduction It is well established that the success and predictability of root canal treatment to prevent or cure apical periodontitis is dependent upon accurate diagnosis and performing each stage of treatment to a high standard.1 The endodontic treatment failure is usually
Dr. L. Stephen Buchanan discusses approaching zero loss of structural integrity during RCT Mentioning the term “minimally invasive endodontics” (MIE) invites a wide a range of emotional responses and definitions from endodontic specialists worldwide. “Ninja” access cavity preparations have bedeviled us as we’ve struggled to work through their compromised convenience form. We’ve lost heart muscle
Drs. Romina Chaintiou Piorno, Maribel Rocío Mamani Flores, Eugenia Pilar Consoli Lizzi, Paula Leticia Corominola, and Pablo Alejandro Rodríguez discuss how to treat immature permanent teeth with pulp necrosis Abstract Aim Immature permanent teeth with pulp necrosis pose a challenge for endodontic treatment performance. Calcium hydroxide paste and mineral trioxide aggregate have been used in the