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Smooth endo-resto

Nice and smooth shaping made with our selection of FANTA files. The restoration was done with a 3D printed overlay.

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The management of a buccal perforation in a lower incisor

Root perforations are characterized by a communication between the root canal system and the external tooth surface. They are caused by a pathological process or an operative procedural accident. When iatrogenic, they can occur during access cavity opening, root canal preparation or during post preparation. Root perforation needs to be diagnosed early and treated appropriately as soon as possible, since they may cause an inflammatory […]

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Fanta F-One Essential Kit in action

Here is a demonstration of how Fanta F-One essential kit should be used.

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Irrigation in Difficult Anatomical Conditions: Why IrriFlex®?

IrriFlex® has appeared on the market to change our current irrigation protocols. Its main advantages like its flexibility, its ability to reach the apical part of the root canal system adapting to any curvature, its size and its simplicity to use it have made from this needle a revolution in disinfection if compared to traditional […]

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Management of a retreatment case (RADIX ENTOMOLARIS) with FANTA AF F ONE ESSENTIAL KIT

 A more reflecting practical definition of non surgical retreatment by Car was described as a procedure performed on teeth that received failed prior attempts at definitive root canal treatment, requiring further endodontic therapy to achieve a successful result. Mishaps as missed canal, ledges, incomplete filling or even loss of coronal seal can lead to root […]

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The Glide Cleaning

Negotiation, glide path, and preflaring are essential steps in root canal shaping. They always must be associated to a good debris removal in order to avoid accidental canal blockage or apical extrusion of debris. For this reason, a deep irrigation should be achieved since the first steps of a root canal treatment. Adequate cleaning, shaping, and […]

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Should Rotary Files be used once? Part 2

This article is the second part of our review to determine if rotary files should only be used once. In our first article looking at the mechanical properties of rotary files, it was determined that: Surface changes are seen on a microscopic level after a few uses or after several sterilization cycles, but that these […]

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Should Rotary Files be used once? Part 1

Nickel-titanium (Ni-Ti) alloy was first used for endodontic files by Walia in 1988 (1) as an alternative to stainless steel for hand files.  The first Ni-Ti rotary files came to the market a few years later in the early 1990s.  These new instruments revolutionized root canal therapy but also greatly increased the cost of material […]

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Ultrasonics in Endodontics: Part 2

Having reviewed the history of ultrasound and ultrasonic tips in "Ultrasonic in Endodontics: Part 1" ( in this second part will be highlighted the clinical applications of these tools, that has today become fundamental in almost every phase of the endodontic therapy. In fact, if they assist the execution of a minimal invasive cavity access, […]

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Ultrasonics in Endodontics: Part 1

Around the end of 1950 the ultrasonic technology has had a wide spread not only in the field of hygiene and periodontology, but also in endodontics. Nowadays the operators thoroughly know the benefits of the use of ultrasound in the endodontic field, where a minimally invasive approach is always needed, together with magnification, in order […]

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