A new case study: Steps of intervention in an endodontic revision on a first crowned mandibular molar
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Vast majority of endodontic treatments performed on teeth presenting wide canals with apical constrictions and readily accessible canals entries do not require particular skills, a dental operative microscope or even a specialist diploma. They are of routine complexity. On many occasion though, some clinical cases require, as stated by John I. Ingle: “to greatly enhance one’s capability by being able to practice using a vast variety of techniques and not being “married” to a single approach in every case”. These are the clinical cases that are presented in this blog.
New posts with special cases in endodontics are being added to our blog on a weekly basis (Up until now, 171 clinical cases have been added to this blog).These cases were referred to us and where all done in our office using up to date technics and advanced technology. Those clinical cases, despite their extremely high level of risk and difficulty are showing a nice predictable outcome on post operative X ray films.
This blog is stressing out the utmost importance of the role played by the dental operative microscope in endodontics and the 20 years of experience in root canal therapy that led me to its mandatory use in my everyday practice. As the saying goes: “The truth is in the pudding”
All in all, above technical experience, above advanced technology and even above an expert diploma, those cases require passion and determination.
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