A study by Jessica Monteiro Mendes, Cristiane Melo Caram, Alexia da Mata Galvão, Nayara Rodrigues Nascimento Oliveira, Gisele Rodrigues da Silva, and Maria Antonieta Veloso Carvalho de Oliveira reaffirms the importance of techniques that improve the quality of endodontic diagnosis Abstract The aim of this study is to evaluate the prevalence of extra roots and …Read Article
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Editor’s intro: This study delves into the adhesive strength of certain fiberglass posts with the use of different irrigation solutions. Drs. Tiago André Fontoura de Melo and Daniel Galafassi, along with Cláudia Wagner, Bruna Machado dos Passos, and Priscila Souza de Souza, analyze the influence of an intracanal irrigating solution Abstract This study aims to analyze …Read Article
Editors Intro: This research delves into the differences between the single gutta-percha cone technique and GuttaCore. Drs. Juan Antonio Araujo, Carlos Cantarini, Viviana Han, and Fernando Goldberg study different techniques for obturating lateral canals in premolars Abstract Objective To compare the ability of the single gutta-percha cone technique and the GuttaCore® system (Dentsply Sirona, Ballaigues, Switzerland) …Read Article
Drs. Tiago André Fontoura de Melo, Karen Barea de Paula, Francisco Montagner, Alcione Luiz Scur, Liviu Steier, Roberta Kochenborger Scarparo, José Antônio Poli de Figueiredo, and Fabiana Vieira Vier-Pelissera present a study into endodontic disinfection effectivenessRead Article
Drs. Kathryn L. Aasen, Brian E. Bergeron, Mark D. Roberts, Van T. Himel, Thomas E. Lallier, and Kent A. Sabey evaluate the effectiveness of debris removal in mesial roots of mandibular molarsRead Article
Drs. Matthew Palazzolo, Kimberly Petkovich Vaglio, Stephen Clark, and Jennifer Osborne Rudy, MA, RDH, University of Louisville School of Dentistry Abstract Background: The presence of a second canal in the mesiobuccal root (MB2) of maxillary molars is well documented in the literature. The purpose of this retrospective study was to assess the frequency of location …Read Case Study