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Looking to Maximize Safety and Simplicity in Endodontics? Dr. Ali Nasseh shows you how Brasseler products can help. Each section of this multi-segment endo procedural eBook investigates a specific aspect of the endo procedure and addresses the clinical considerations and challenges by providing real world solutions for maximizing safety and simplicity.
The clinical goal of any restorative treatment should be to maintain dental pulp vitality. The pulp tissue is necessary for tooth nutrition, innervation, and immunocompetency. Over the last several years, vital pulp treatment has changed in regard to procedure and materials used. This CE article will provide the clinician with details regarding these changes in clinical vital pulp therapy.
Hand instrumentation kits can contain as many as 12 instruments. However, most dental hygienists only use two to four instruments during an entire treatment procedure. This article explains how to simplify dental hygiene instrumentation into cassettes with fewer and more advanced instruments in order to realize various benefits for dental hygienists, patients and practices.
The preparation guidelines featured are depth-limiting bur concepts the author developed based on average enamel thickness, preservation of enamel, the ceramic thickness required to facilitate the desired shade change, and a translucent outcome. Learn more about Dr. Winter’s recommendations to ensure the survival rate of the restoration.
Now new 3D shaping technology overcomes the disadvantages of traditional NiTi instrumentation while ushering in a new biologic standard of care in endodontic instrumentation. Learn how its unique design safely, efficiently, and effectively cleans the root canal system three-dimensionally while respecting the canal anatomy.
When choosing an endodontic system, clinicians should be aware of the applications, benefits, and limitations of new file systems and should also consider recent advancements in endodontic handpiece technology. These new technologies work synergistically to deliver enhanced safety and efficiency to the endodontic procedure.