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Electronic Apex Locator
Electronic working length Root canal preparation

Successful endodontic treatment depends on the triad of shaping, thorough cleaning and 3- dimensional obturation of tooth within the confines of canals. To achieve this objective the apical constriction must be detected accurately during canal preparation and precise control over working length during the procedure must be maintained. There are many methods of working length […]

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Root canal retreatment of a LR6 using MG3 File System from Perfect: a case report
Shaping Tools

Root canal retreatments always represent a hot topic. Whether the preoperative X-ray informs on a difficult retreatement or not, choosing the right armamentarium is crucial and can help the clinician in reaching the working length and remove the obturation materials. The disinfection of the endodontic system plays a key role in the treatment outcome, however, […]

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Direct composite veneers
Filling

A 60 years old male came to our office due to abrasion and erosion he had on the front teeth. The involved teeth were vital and without any symtomps. The intra-oral examination showed an important abrasion of the vestibular face of the two central incisors, while radiographic examination showed no problems on the pulp and the […]

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Apicoectomy of an implant?
micro-surgery Tips and tricks

When the endodontic lesion involves the apex of an implant in addition to the one of the tooth, a retrograde peri-impantitis can be established. Retrograde peri-implantitis (RPI) is a primary microbial inflammatory condition that affects only the apical portion of an osseointegrated implant, which retains normal bone-to-implant contact in its coronal portion. Currently, no uniformly […]

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Use of C-Handle in daily practice
Scouting Tools

Having an optimal view of the operative field is one of the most obvious, but at the same times most important, aspects to keep into consideration while doing an endodontic treatment. The use of rubber dam and magnifications certainly give us an advantage, together with a correct access cavity, but often, when the clinical situation […]

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Shaping with MG3 blue
Shaping Tools

“Even a dentist who is not confident with his obturation technique can easily obturate a root canal with warm gutta-percha as long as the root canal has been cleaned and shaped lege artis” Shilder 1987 This article will show the advantages of the MG3 blue instruments and how can we customize the sequence of these […]

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Endo-resto management of a poorly treated premolar
Anatomy EndoResto Retreatments

The successful outcome of root canal treatment in teeth with non-infected vital pulps depends on preventing root canal infection, while in teeth with infected necrotic pulps it relies on eradication or at least reduction of bacterial counts to levels compatible with peri-radicular tissue healing. To do so, the first thing to do is to carefully […]

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Root To Crown With Dentoclic Fiber Post Build Up Chapter 2: Premolar Case
EndoResto Post endo restoration Post luting

Failing primary endodontic treatment on the Upper Right second premolar with large lesion. Root canal retreatment was conducted with intracanal medication with calcium hydroxide for 1 week after the cleaning and shaping.  

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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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