Dr. James A. Smith, Jr. discusses simplifying the root canal process with the GentleWave® Procedure We all know that endodontics is not simple. One of the most significant challenges that endodontists face is canals that cannot be located within the root canal system or are inaccessible through traditional instruments. In fact, I’d be confident in […]
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Dr. Fernando Meza sheds some light on the benefits of lasers in endodontics Today’s patients want and even expect the highest quality of clinical care. Some patients even come prepared with their own research, whether from online or through word of mouth, that dental lasers surpass this caliber of care. Dental lasers have become an
Dr. Anne Wiseman shares her experience of differentiating herself through innovation Some patients experience feelings of anxiety or dread when visiting a dentist or endodontist, underscoring the importance of creating a patient experience that is exceptionally comfortable and soothing. When I designed my office, I worked with an interior designer to make it feel more
Drs. L. Stephen Buchanan and Christophe Verbanck discuss the benefits of files with conservative tapers ”You cannot clean a root canal with a larger file.” — LSB Introduction We are entering a new golden age of endodontics where instrumentation with root canal files is safer, easier, and more efficient. In 1980, when the senior author
Dr. Scott K. Hetz illustrates minimally invasive endodontic treatment with predictable results Our patients are primarily concerned with two things: getting a painless procedure and knowing how long this will take. It is not often that we receive an initial inquiry about outcomes before the game even begins. Outcomes matter; in fact, that is where
Dr. Allen Ali Nasseh explores whether the positive and negative pressure needs of clinicians can be met with a simple and inexpensive device During a conventional root canal procedure, the operator must manage the multiple liquids used to facilitate the access, chemomechanical instrumentation, and final obturation steps of the procedure. These liquids are used at