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Endodontic management of a maxillary lateral incisor with Oehlers Type IIIB dens invaginatus

Drs. Gonzalo García, Claudia Judkin, Denise Alfie, Ariel Lenarduzzi, and Pablo Alejandro Rodríguez discuss treatment of a complex dental anomaly Abstract The complex anatomy of an Oehlers Class IIIB dens invaginatus (DI) in a maxillary lateral incisor is a major endodontic challenge for the endodontist. Method The case reported here is a 14-year-old male patient …

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Off the roller coaster — a positive outlook, fresh goals, and renewed focus on success

In looking back, most of us felt that last year was a roller coaster ride. We got shoved into that buggy, fastened our seat belts, and hung on. Dentists hurtled around all of the new rules and regulations that were unveiled each day. You skidded around corners that held unknown aerosol dangers, careened past roadblocks …

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Coming soon! Triton™ all-in-one irrigation solution by Brasseler USA®

Irrigation is a critical step in performing successful root canal therapy. Unfortunately, the most popular and proven solutions that we use to clean root canals can be dangerous, and most opinion leaders suggest the use of multiple solutions to maximize the antibacterial effect. This requires extra steps and intermediate rinsing to avoid neutralization of the …

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Eradicating the endodontic enemy — bacteria — utilizing ZEISS microscopy and EndoHandle

Dr. Lauren E. Kuhn discusses her bacteria-battling techniques If endodontics were combat, endodontists would be highly decorated warriors. We need capable “boots on the ground” to win battles against bacteria. The war against bacterial colonization of the root canal system — and apical periodontitis — is comprised of many battles. To ultimately win the war, …

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