Endodontic procedures are challenging and technically demanding. In the UK standards of treatment have been shown to have fallen short of acceptable guidelines, laying many dentists open to litigation on questions of clinical negligence by patients who understand and know... Continue Reading →
In this second paper the clinical indicators of root resorption and their diagnosis and management are considered. While the clinical picture can be similar, pathological processes of resorption vary greatly from site to site and this paper pro- poses appropriate... Continue Reading →
Endodontic file fracture has traditionally been considered an uncommon event; however, a recent perception of increased fracture incidence with rotary nickel-titanium (NiTi) instruments has emerged.
Paper on Russian Red Paste
Microsurgical endodontic retreatment of a maxillary molar with a separated file: a case report
This paper will explore the pathological process involved in dental resorption as well as its classifications and aetiology. The second subsequent paper will look at its diagnosis and management.
When a file fractures during root canal treatment there are several treatment options available to the clinician. The definitive management should be based on a thorough knowledge of the success rates of each treatment option, balanced against potential risks of removal or file retention. Although integration of modern techniques into endodontic practice has improved the clinician's ability to remove fractured files, removal may not always be possible or even desirable.
Canal configuration in the mesiobuccal root of the maxillary 1st molar and its endodontic significance Weine 1969 Mesiobuccal roots of 208 extracted maxillary first molars were sectioned from a mesial approach in a buccolingual direction using sand paper. Type I... Continue Reading →
San Antonio Guide to Classic Endodontic Literature
PDF Review/Summary on Irrigation in Endodontics by M Haapasalo