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Removing Gutta during retreatments: better using solvents from the start?

The use of solvents helps removing the filling material form the canals, however it may as well slow down the retreatment process.
A case report

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When Retreatment Fails…

The role of  endodontics is to save as many teeth as possibile. Today thanks to technology (Microscope, CBCT, New instruments) we are able to manage very difficult cases. It’s very important manage different situation because sometimes first endodontics treatments and also retreatments fails.  Today thanks micro-endodontic surgery we are able to give a “new life”to […]

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Shaping Tools

A case report of endodontic retreatment or I can say revision of lower second left premolar with anatomical challenge of deep split root canal at the apical third.

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We all make mistakes - correct protocols help us detect them early
Anatomy Diagnosis

The in-depth knowledge of root anatomy and its possible variations is absolutely fundamental for the long-term success of our therapies. Sometimes, despite the aid of strong surgical magnification and despite good anatomical knowledge, one may come across particular anatomies in an unpredictable way. A correct operating protocol can protect us from errors, giving us the way to correct them without consequences.

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Management of Multiplanar Curvature
Anatomy Shaping

In this article, I will discuss the method of diagnosing and analyzing multiplanar curvature, along with the treatment planning using the novel treatment approach.

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Dealing with MM canal in a lower first molar

After conducting a lot of studies of the internal anatomy of the first
mandibular molar, it was found that there is a lot of diversity in the
internal anatomy of the tooth, and taking advantage of the studies
that were conducted, it was found that the main reason of the failure of endodontic treatment occurs due to missing canal
of the first molar.
Therefore, one must understand and bear in mind the difference in
the internal anatomy of the teeth when you need to do endodontic

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Curvy Wisdom Management 

Third molars, or, more popularly, wisdom teeth usually erupt in most patients after the age of 17. Abnormal eruption patterns make them more susceptible to dental decay, as well as gingival and periodontal diseases.  If there is insufficient anatomic space to accommodate normal eruption, extraction of third molars is the preferred option, to prevent acute […]

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Management of a C-Shaped canal in second lower molar

Anatomical variation of canals is well documented in the literature and C-shaped canal anatomy was first reported in literature by Cooke and Cox in 1979. This anatomical variation mostly found in mandibular second molars with prevalence between 2.7–52% in different populations.  C-shaped canals have rarely been found in other teeth, maxillary first molars, mandibular first […]

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Conquering complex Anatomy with MG3
Anatomy Shaping Tools

A complex anatomy is considered a real nightmare to any clinician. Lack of attention to the complex anatomy by the clinician can lead to a series of unfortunate events during treatment, such as; Altered anatomy “ledges”, Perforations or Separated instruments.

Therefore; pretreatment evaluation of the case as well as a sound shaping strategy are essential to address the anatomy & avoid mishaps.

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Extraction or try retention?
Decision making

The management of cracked teeth represents a difficulty because their diagnosis is complex and there is no consensus concerning their treatment

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Endo-restorative treatment of discolored upper incisor
Bleaching EndoResto

Every patient wants a functional, healthy, and esthetically appealing smile.

This article describes a patient with discolored and fractured composite resin restorations with improper endodontic treatment on the anterior teeth in whom substitution was indicated.

This treatment improves the endodontic and restorative aspects.

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Direct pulp capping with MTA: 6 years follow-up
MTA Pulp capping

Minimally Invasive Dentistry refers to the philosophy of preserving the maximum amount of original dental tissue through a systematic approach. In this paradigm, the fundamental principle is to minimize the removal of dental structure. Therefore, in cases where the pulp is exposed, we should prioritize vital pulp treatments rather than root canal treatments.

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