Editor’s intro: Dr. Casper H. Jonker illustrates a case using an innovative instrument for theS-shaped canal. Dr. Casper H. Jonker reports on a patient with challenging canal anatomy Educational aims […]Read More
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Editor’s intro: Drs. Jorge Vieyra and Fabian Acosta elaborate on a treatment for a patient with dens invaginatus and a periradicular lesion. Drs. Jorge Vieyra and Fabian Acosta present a case report […]Read More
Editor’s intro: Since smear layer removal is essential for endodontic success, this article comparing three agitation devices can offer insights into which technique best suits individual circumstances. Read what Drs. Sandra Tipanta, […]Read More
Editor’s intro: This less invasive approach can be less traumatic and minimize bone loss. See how cortical window access allows for greater efficiency and accuracy for creation of the access window to […]Read More
Editor’s intro: The cortical window technique is a minimally invasive approach to accessing the roots that allows for maximum regenerative potential. Read about this interesting microsurgical approach that enhances treatment outcomes! Drs. […]Read More
Editor’s intro: This case report, regarding a mandibular first molar with four canals in the mesial root and two canals in the distal root, shows that clinicians need to be aware of […]Read More
Editor’ Intro: In this CE, Drs. Peet van der Vyver and Martin Vorster show how WaveOne reciprocating instruments provide clinicians with safety, simplicity, and superior results. Drs. Peet van der Vyver and […]Read More
Editor’s intro: In this CE regarding carrier-based obturators, Drs. Giuseppe Cantatore, Katia Greco, and Lajos Palffi discuss the features, differences, and protocols of use with Thermafil compared to GuttaCore. Drs. Giuseppe […]Read More
Drs. Adrian Espinoza Muñoz, Jorge Paredes Vieyra, Fabian Ocampo Acosta, Francisco Javier Jiménez Enriquez, Daniel Cerrillo Lara, and Ceceña Gonzalez Flor Vianey review dens invaginatus in root canals and measure […]Read More
Drs. Jorge Paredes Vieyra, Fabian Ocampo Acosta, and Francisco Javier Jiménez Enriquez compare the effect of preoperative administration of single-dose ketorolac, a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug and placebo on postoperative pain […]Read More