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Save the bride: retreatment of a second upper molar with large lesion and sinus tract
Retreatments Shaping

Success of endodontic treatment depends upon thorough mechanical and chemical disinfection of the entire root canal system. When the endodontic treatment is of poor quality, apical periodontitis might occur. Numerous studies have investigated the prevalence of apical periodontitis in root filled teeth and its potential risk factors: beyond the substandard quality of the treatment, one of […]

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Bioceramics and adhesion: post space preparation for single cone technique
CAD-CAM Post endo restoration

One of the controversial topics about endodontics and restorative dentistry is the interaction between endodontic sealers and adhesion.  Regarding fiber post cementation, the cleaning of the endodontic space plays a fundamental role in the adhesion. Bioceramic sealers may interfere with adhesive procedure due to their penetration in the dentinal tubule, alcaline  PH and salt precipitation. To increase the […]

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Endodontic management of complex premolar anatomy By MG3 Files
Shaping

The success of root canal therapy depends on managing all the existing canals by having the knowledge of the root anatomy, then cleaning, shaping and pack the endodontic space. Variations in root canal anatomy are common and sometimes can't be noticed while taking 2D radiograph, thus there are cases where CBCT is a must. This […]

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Shaping Essentials and Furcal Canal Case Report
Shaping

Endodontic anatomy is unpredictable, that’s why Preoperative radiographic analysis is very important step in managing endodontic challenges. Some important data could be collected through good reading to preoperative radiograph like root length, canals number, estimated narrowness or canal sclerosis. Once case difficulty is assessed, shaping technique and files sequence could be planned for safer canal […]

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Management of internal root resorption in a maxillary central incisor
MTA

Root resorption is a particular physiologic or a pathologic pulpal disease associated with loss of dentin, cementum, and/or bone. This resorption may occur following different types of injuries, including chemical, mechanical or thermal injury. Furthermore, it can be cla classified as internal or external root resorption. Internal root resorption (IRR), is a rare condition that […]

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Endodontic management of a mandibular first molar with pulp stone obliterating the floor of pulp chamber – a case report.
Anatomy Ultrasonics

The goals of an endodontic treatment are to prevent and intercept the process of pulpal/ peri radicular pathosis and to also prevent its reinfection after the treatment. For achieving this, a good diagnosis of the case, followed by chalking out a feasible and appropriate treatment plan and its execution is important. Starting from good clinical […]

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Retreatment series: Episode 3
Retreatments Separated instruments

The Root canal treatments is a way full of challenges, that may be the ANATOMY and also it may be The Dealing with the “PROCEDURAL ERRORS” in this article i will describe how I managed this Treatment Mishap. I have described in two Episodes before different approaches for Non-Surgical Root Canal Retreatment this time i […]

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Conservative Shaping with MG3
Shaping

Is it possible to talk about a conservative approach during shaping? It has been suggested by Clarck and Khademi in 2010 that the prognosis of the tooth after root canal treatment depends on the capacity to preserve peri cervical dentine (PCD) and rebuilt the tooth with as much as possible healthy tooth structure . Since […]

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Smooth endo-resto
Shaping Tools

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

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Regenerative endodontics: A Reliable Option
Decision making MTA Regenerative endodontics

Various regenerative endodontic treatment (RET) protocols have been suggested with differences mainly in the disinfection technique used, intracanal medicaments, scaffold systems, and coronal filling materials. In order to reduce such variability, the American Association of Endodontists (2013) and European Society of Endodontology (2016) developed evidence based recommended protocols. These guidelines helped reduce some of the […]

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Thermafil Retreatment of a right upper first molar
Retreatments

The Thermafil Obturation technique was first introduced by Dr. W.B. Johnson in an article published in the Journal of Endodontics in 1978 as a simple method for the delivery of thermo-plasticized gutta-percha (GP) to the prepared root canal space.  Many studies proved that it was an efficient, easy and reproducible obturation technique with a high […]

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A Multi-Disciplinary Approach in Non-Surgical Re-treatment of Mandibular Right First Molar
Retreatments Shaping

Endodontic re-treatment is a usual scenario in daily practice. Though, it can be challenging due to many related factors. Therefore, it requires good assessment of the case through systematic approaches in terms of diagnosis, treatment plan, and the execution of the procedure.  A 40 years old male patient presented complaining of discomfort and food impaction […]

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