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Beautiful documentation by John Rhodes of microsurgical endodontics

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The Dahl Concept-A short video

The Ferrule Effect-A short video

 

Micro-surgical endodontics by Eliyas et al.

Non-surgical endodontic retreatment is the treatment of choice for endodontically treated teeth with recurrent or residual disease in the majority of cases. In some cases, surgical endodontic treatment is indicated. Successful micro-surgical endodontic treatment depends on the accuracy of diagnosis,... Continue Reading →

The aetiology and management of labial and vertical migration of maxillary incisors: ‘Do you catch my drift?’ by Taylor et al.

Labial and vertical migration of maxillary incisors is a common complaint seen in general and specialist practices alike. Tooth movement in the aesthetic zone may cause significant concern to the patient, and a challenging management case for the dental team.... Continue Reading →

Peri-implantitis. Part 3: Current modes of management

Peri-implantitis is an inflammatory condition fuelled by the presence of bacteria on the implant surface. As such, in a similar manner to periodontal disease management, the removal of biofilm from the implant surface should result in regression of the disease... Continue Reading →

Zygomatic Implant Options for the Atrophic Maxilla: Case Report

The use of zygomatic bone for implant placement can be a predictable alternative to certain other treatment tech- niques when rehabilitating the atrophic maxilla. Despite the high success rates of zygomatic implants, there is no consensus in the literature about... Continue Reading →

Sclerosed premolar management by John Rhodes

Case by John Rhodes www.rootcanals.co.uk

Peri-implantitis. Part 2: Prevention and maintenance of peri-implant health by Alani & Bishop

The prevention of any disease process should be the cornerstone of any healthcare provision. This ethos is well established in dentistry with plaque associated disease such as periodontitis and caries but is at the current time less developed for peri-implantitis.... Continue Reading →

The ‘Nayyar’ core, a video by Mahul Patel and a paper on immediate core build-ups for root canal treated teeth by Southard 1999

Amalgam Build-Up from DrMahulPatel on Vimeo. One of the primary objectives of endodontic therapy is to establish an adequate seal with the root canal filling material. The placement of an immediate coronal buildup at obturation, in conjunction with the rubber... Continue Reading →

The Dahl principle: Creating space and improving the biomechanical prognosis of anterior crowns by Mizrahi

There is an increased demand for restoration of anterior teeth based on esthetic require- ments. Often times, the teeth restored are compromised and have minimal remaining dentin after undergoing root canal treatment. Reduction of non-axial forces by controlling incisal guidance... Continue Reading →

Peri-implantitis. Part 1: Scope of the problem by Alani

Peri-implantitis is a relatively new disease process that results in gingival in ammation and bone loss around implants. The associated co-morbidities are signi cant due to the relative nancial and biological costs of implant provision. At the current time there... Continue Reading →

Cracked molar management

Case by John Rhodes www.rootcanals.co.uk

Root Canal Treatment 100 years ago

How much has really changed in 100 years in clinical practice? This video shows root canal treatment from 1917...as you can see rubber dam was used, as was sodium hypochlorite, Gutta Percha and the recognition that the canal system needed... Continue Reading →

Periodontal diagnosis in the context of the 2017 classification system of periodontal diseases and conditions – implementation in clinical practice

The 2017 World Workshop Classification system for periodontal and peri-implant diseases and conditions was developed in order to accommodate advances in knowledge derived from both biological and clinical research, that have emerged since the 1999 International Classification of Periodontal Diseases.... Continue Reading →

Rationale for Socket Preservation after Extraction of a Single-Rooted Tooth when Planning for Future Implant Placement by Irinakis

After tooth extraction, the alveolar ridge will commonly decrease in volume and change morphologically. These changes are usually clinically significant and can make placement of a conventional bridge or an implant-supported crown difficult. If bone resorption is significant enough, then... Continue Reading →

The socket-shield technique: A new approach to immediate implant placement by Gluckman et al.

Bucco-palatal collapse of the postextraction ridge is a signi cant challenge in restorative and implant dentistry. A variety of ridge preservation techniques using tissue and augmentative materials have been proposed in the literature. A slightly different approach is to use... Continue Reading →

Assessing restored teeth with pulp and periapical diseases for the presence of cracks, caries and marginal breakdown by Abbott 2004

BACKGROUND: To determine whether clinical examinations and periapical radiographs provide sufficient information to assess the cause of pulp and periapical diseases, the status of teeth when restored and their further treatment needs. Other aims were to determine whether restorations should be... Continue Reading →

Fractured metal ceramic bridge repair

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Assessment and Treatment Planning of the Tooth Wear Patient

The aim of this series of four articles on tooth wear management is to provide the reader with the necessary information in order to be able to successfully manage cases of tooth wear, regardless of the cause, severity and location... Continue Reading →

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