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The restorative aspect of endodontics: Part I: Pre-Endo build-up

Pre-endo build-up is an essential part of the endodontic procedure. It has 4 main purposes. First of all, it confirms that the tooth is restorable by means of isolating the healthy dental tissue. It ensures that there is no microbial leakage in the endodontic space. It allows the correct use of electronic apex locator, preventing […]

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Cracked tooth syndrome

Within the intricate landscape of dental health, the phenomenon of cracked teeth poses a challenging conundrum for both patients and dental professionals. Cracked teeth, an umbrella term encompassing various fissures and fractures within tooth structures, present a complex array of symptoms and diagnostic intricacies, often defying conventional diagnostic methodologies. This exclusive article aims to delve into the multifaceted nature of cracked teeth, exploring their diverse manifestations, diagnostic challenges, and tailored approaches to comprehensive management.

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Autotransplantation as an alternative treatment option

Traditional transplantation, surgical extrusion and intentional replantation procedures are important treatment options that clinicians may consider performing in their daily clinical practice. 

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Extraction or try retention?

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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Decision making in retreatments, episode 1

Retreatment isn't about creating longer or better looking white lines , it's about understanding causes of failure and how to overcome them, Usually the cause of failure is due to not abiding to the following parameters such as proper diagnosis including preoperative periapical radigraphs, isolation of the field, full chemo-mechanical preparation of the canals and […]

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Bioceramics: The Game Changer in Endodontics

Hydraulic Calcium Silicate sealers may be considered as an interesting solution to make the obturation steps reliable and easier to achieve. The purpose of this article is to report and present the advantages of a simple and faster technique to improve the 3D obturation.

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Different treatment modalities in a molar

Before performing any root canal treatments you should have knowledge on how to face any problems you face during treatment. In this case we switched treatment plan in the middle of the case due to uncontrolled inflammation in this tooth. Diagnosis is the very first step of any endodontic treatment. To diagnose the degree of […]

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Retreatment of Mandibular First Molar

There have been many recent technical advances in modern endodontics that have the potential to affect treatment outcomes. The purpose of this article is to determine the success of nonsurgical root canal retreatment in molars using contemporary endodontic techniques.

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Apical lesion from formation to healing 

Apical periodontitis serves an essential protective function aimed at confining bacteria discharged from the root canal space and preventing them from spreading into adjacent bone marrow spaces and other remote sites. The process is unique in the sense that it cannot eradicate the source of infection. The reason is that once a pulp has become […]

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Intentional replantation - forgotten tooth saving procedure?

Intentional replantation or reimplantation is purposeful removal of a tooth and its reinsertion into the socket almost immediately after sealing the apical foramina. It is a one-stage treatment that would maintain the natural tooth successfully.  Grossman calls it as one of the tooth saving procedure which is ‘the act of deliberately removing a tooth and […]

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Management of a Type III Radix Entomolaris in a first lower molar

Understanding the anatomical variations of the root canal system is a must to achieve the main goals of our treatment. The radix entomolaris is the most common variation in mandibular molars. With the help of CBCT we can measure and see the original shape of the additional root, thus creating a predictable strategy for cleaning, […]

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Trend or trap?!

An endodontic access cavity is an important first step in successful endodontic treatment. Lately, strongly constricted endodontic access cavities have become quite popular, the idea of which serves to save tissue and thereby increase the tooth's resistance to fracture. Although there is insufficient data to fully support this hypothesis (1), many different modalities have an […]

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