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Engineering Modern Endodontic Access Prep and Directed Dentine Conservation: Part II

Categories: Endodontics

Target Audience: Dental Students, Dentists

Duration: 1:46:26

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Engineering Modern Endodontic Access Prep and Directed Dentine Conservation: Part II

Synopsis

This webinar presentation will concentrate on how to perform endodontics in a predictable, reproducible and data-driven manner to enhance endodontic and restorative success and the long-term prognosis of the restored tooth. After briefly reviewing critical concepts from the previous webinar, the focus will be on new access modalities that promote the conservation of dentin and help preserve the structural integrity of endodontically treated teeth. The incorporation of contemporary endodontic armamentaria, such as the operating microscope, CBCT, and annealed (heat-treated) nickel-titanium rotary instrumentation, will be discussed. Key endodontic access violations that reduce the probability of a stable and long-standing positive outcome will be addressed, together with current principles of effective Ni-Ti instrumentation in reducing the risk of instrument separation and creating an effective glide path for effective instrumentation and condensation hydraulics. Dr. Balson will discuss the current scientific literature and show a collection of cases to demonstrate how these new concepts in access design and rotary file technique foster effective clinical treatment outcomes.

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