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Peak performance is a byproduct of our practice culture

Drs. Joel C. Small and Edwin McDonald discuss how leaders need to create a compelling vision Much of our work at Line of Sight Coaching revolves around leadership development and creating optimal practice cultures. We believe that optimal organizational cultures are the byproduct of effective leadership. This is not to say that poor leadership does …

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Evaluation of the penetration time required by TruNatomy™ and ProTaper Next™ to reach the apical limit during gutta-percha removal in simulated curved and narrow canals of Endo Training Blocks

Drs. Gonzalo García, Denise Alfie, Juan Antonio Araujo, Claudia Hernández Restrepo, and Fernando Goldberg discuss instruments that can be beneficial when faced with poorly instrumented and sealed curved and narrow canals Abstract Objective To evaluate the time recorded by TruNatomy™ (TN) (Dentspy Sirona) and ProTaper Next™ (PTN) (Dentsply Sirona) systems for gutta-percha penetration up to …

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Management of a large, invasive, external, cervical root resorption of a maxillary canine: a case report with a 2-year follow-up

Drs. Purvi D. Pandya, Dhaval P. Pandya, and Prashant D. Shirke illustrate a complicated restoration Abstract Introduction Invasive cervical resorption of teeth is the loss of dental hard tissues. Proper management can be carried out if the etiology and the extent of the pathology are known. Objective The objective of this article is to describe …

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Using dental lasers to decrease pain and fear for patients

Dr. Fernando J. Meza shares key differentiators in performing a root canal with traditional equipment versus dental lasers The “dreaded root canal” is known among patients as one of the most painful dental procedures. However, endodontists can help change this narrative, starting at the root of patients’ concerns — pain. While time is required for …

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The Roaring 20s

Here comes summer — we’re already halfway through the year, and many of us have hit the ground running into 2021 — a robust reboot of the “Roaring 20s!” During this past year, we have all had plenty of time to think about our personal and professional lives, what works and what needs to be …

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