Style Italiano Endodontics Official Logo

Search results

Molars anatomy pt1: upper second molar

The goal of endodontics is to clean, shape and filling 3D the endodontic space, eliminating most of the bacterias presents in the canals. Many of the difficulties found in root canal treatment are due to variations in root canal morphology(1). Endodontic failure may be associated with the persistence of infection because of a missed canal […]

Read More
Print & Try - Endodontic management of a rare case of dilacerated maxillary first molar: case report and clinical strategy

How much technology can support us?  Print&Try technique represents a really useful method in order to simulate the root canal treatment. Using CBCT Scan images, it is possible to extrapolate file that can be transformed into an STL model and then printed with a high definition 3d printer.  Clinicians can train on a 3D printed […]

Read More
C-Shaped Canal Configuration in Mandibular Second Molar

The C-shaped canal is an anatomical variation that was first reported by Cooke & Cox (1979) and mostly seen in mandibular second molars, although it can also occur in maxillary and other mandibular molars. The main anatomical feature of C-shaped canals is the presence of a fin or web connecting the individual root canals with […]

Read More
MB2 in Maxillary Molars - does it really exist?

The main objective of root canal treatment is thorough shaping and cleaning of all pulp spaces and their complete filling with an inert filling material. A major cause for post-RCT disease is the inability to locate, debride or fill properly all canals of the root canal system. Therefore a better knowledge of the root canal […]

Read More
Radix Entomolaris - Case series and clinical considerations

Many of the difficulties found in root canal treatment are due to variations in root canal morphology (1). Root canal morphology is limitless in its variability and clinicians must be aware that anatomic variations constitute a formidable challenge to endodontic success (2). First reported by Carabelli in 1884 (4), this extra root, that is generally shorter […]

Read More
Confluent Canal Management

The comprehension of the anatomy of the root canal system is an important factor when using rotary nickel titanium instruments. One of the main risks in rotary instrumentation is the occurrence of instrument fracture: it is widely acknowledged that a cause for fracture is the introduction of a rotary instrument in the meeting area of two […]

Read More
The Radix Entomolaris

The final objective of endodontic procedures should be the total obturation of the root canal space. Biologic necessity requires the elimination of the protein degradation products, bacteria and bacterial toxins which produced from necrotic and gangrenous root canals. These can be achieved by thorough mechanical and chemical cleansing of the entire pulp cavity and its […]

Read More
Maxillary Premolars - Part 2

As a continuity to previous article (Mandibular Premolars:Teeth not to underestimate), Today writing about maxillary premolars and challenges which might be faced during locating root canals and possible anatomic variation in such root canal treatment cases. Hence root canals are the main component of the root canal system so exploration and detection of root canals […]

Read More
Mandibular Premolars: Teeth not to underestimate

The success of endodontic treatment depends on removing microorganisms from root canal system, three dimensionally sealing and the placement of a good coronal seal to prevent communications between oral cavity and the periradicular tissues (1-4). The operator should be able to assess the endodontic case and know about tooth anatomy and the suspected anatomical variations […]

Read More


crossmenu linkedin facebook pinterest youtube rss twitter instagram facebook-blank rss-blank linkedin-blank pinterest youtube twitter instagram