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NSRCT for lower first molar with Radix Entomolaris
Irrigation Ultrasonics

Radix Entomolaris (RE) is a major anatomical anomaly in the mandibular first molar represented by a third root that is located disto-lingually. The prevalence of RE is different in different populations; ranging from 3% in African people to even more than 40% in Mongolian traits (De Moor et al. 2004). Root canal treatment of lower […]

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Adhesive Direct Restoration in the Posterior Area with Subgingival Cervical Margins
EndoPerio EndoResto Tools

Localized subgingival margins can complicate the use of direct adhesive restorations and subsequently hinder their durability and relation with the periodontal tissues. This article presents a technique involving placement of a modified matrix followed by immediate dentin sealing and coronal elevation of the deep margin to a supra- gingival position using a direct bonded composite […]

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Upper molar, how to prepare the post space: from A to Z
EndoResto Post endo restoration Post luting

Post space preparation is a critical step to achieve  clean dentinal surfaces for adhesion of the cementing material. Therefore, complete removal of the root filing materials is essential to enhance the adhesive bond to the dentine and increase post retention.  Furthermore, the presence of residual gutta-percha  and deficient dentine hybridisation may result in poor sealing of […]

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The gold and golden standards in root canal treatment.
Shaping Tools

This article will describe the important factors of the root canal treatment performed with a molar teeth such as single session protocol, performing access cavity and shaping, irrigation and obturation of the root canals.  For many years there has been discussions about the approach to root canal therapies in terms of dissinfection of the root […]

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Identifying & managing varied anatomy of palatal canal in a maxillary molar- a case report with two year follow up of retreatment of tooth number 16 with trifurcation in palatal canal.
Anatomy Retreatments

Being aware of variations in the anatomy and configurations of root canal system is important in order to treat a tooth effectively endodontically. In 1967, the notion of a hermetic seal was introduced by Grossman. (1) When a canal or a split is missed, it may lead to unsuccessful treatment. The palatal root canal system […]

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Root canal debridement and disinfection in minimally invasive shaping
Glide Cleaning Irrigation Tools

Root canal debridement and disinfection are a crucial phase of every endodontic therapy. Modern Endodontics has shifted towards conservative shapings, reducing the taper of the newest Ni-Ti instruments, but what about irrigation? Would this reduction in the volume of the preparation lead to an insufficient volume of irrigant, with a consequent failure of the therapy? […]

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Endodontic management of a maxillary molar with confluencing canals using MG3 files
Shaping

A thorough knowledge of the root canal anatomy is a basic prerequisite for successful completion of the endodontic treatment. Awareness and understanding of the presence of unusual external and internal root canal morphology contributes to the successful outcome of the root canal treatment. Maxillary molars are known to have an additional canal (MB2) in the […]

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Avulsion Trauma Case management with Dentoclic Fiber Post Build Up
EndoResto Post endo restoration Tools

Traumatic dental injuries occur most frequently in children and young adults. Proper diagnosis, treatment planning and follow up are very important to assure a favorable outcome. The purpose of this clinical article is to highlight the advantage of core build up and bonding with ITENA Clinical's Corono-Radicular Restoration Kit in reinforcing tooth structure in view […]

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Direct class III restoration using Reflectys composite
EndoResto Tips and tricks Tools

The reconstruction of an anterior tooth is always a challenge, since the aesthetic requirements of our patients are high and we have to take into account several aspects, such as the shape, the macro and micro anatomy of the tooth, its color, the translucency and we also have to recreate a correct proximal contact. In […]

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Can Surgery Fix Problems? Part 2
micro-surgery

One of the most important factors that creates a good clinician is for sure the clinical SKILL , KNOWLEDGE and also THE DECISION Making to Decide the most conservative & cost effective treatment for the Patient. In this case we will go through a treatment through a surgical way. 

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The Choice of the proper composite and layering technique for the reconstruction of an endodontically treated tooth
EndoResto Post endo restoration

Modern dentistry requires to pay great attention to the color analysis of an anterior tooth when a direct composite restoration is planned. Even small details, such as a particular characterization of the incisal margin, can make the difference in the success of our treatment. On the other hand, if want to recreate natural looking posterior reconstructions, there […]

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Why did I choose IrriFlex?
Disinfection Glide Cleaning Tools

Here is a short list of reasons that led me to choose IrriFlex by Produits Dentaires SA for my daily practice

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