This webinar will address breakthrough shaping and irrigation concepts and detail the skills necessary for acquiring the expertise and confidence to perform the highest quality endodontics. The participants of this presentation will become familiar with the use of the “apex last” approach to canal shaping with nickel-titanium instrumentation using the TFA™ (Twisted File) Adaptive System, using Adaptive Motion Technology. Learn how Adaptive Motion technology provides the advantages of rotary and reciprocation but minimizes the disadvantages of both.
This webinar is designed to present the latest innovations in endodontic irrigation. As our endodontic instruments have achieved an extraordinary ability to shape our canals, it is the chemical debridement with irrigation that we rely on to cleanse the root canal spaces. Given that our instruments do not reach the majority of the canal wall surfaces, we now are depending on newer and more innovative ways to safely and thoroughly irrigate the root canal system anatomy.
This course is designed to present a predictable method of attaining a definitive endodontic diagnosis to assure that treatment is always initiated on the tooth that is the source of the patient's symptoms or disease.
This webinar presentation will concentrate on how to perform endodontics in a predictable, reproducible and data-driven manner to enhance endodontic and restorative success and the long-term prognosis of the restored tooth. After briefly reviewing critical concepts from the previous webinar, the focus will be on new access modalities that promote the conservation of dentin and help preserve the structural integrity of endodontically treated teeth.
To identify and assess anatomic danger zones and how anatomy affects rotary file design selection and technique. Dr. Balson will illustrate the subtle and not-so-subtle areas of tooth anatomy that can create problems for the clinician that provides endodontic treatment for his/her patients. He will outline the new rotary file design parameters that account for these areas, and discuss and demonstrate how new concepts in access design and rotary file technique assist the clinician in producing precise shaping results that significantly improve endodontic outcomes.
Treatment planning the restoration of the endodontically-treated tooth should begin with a complete and comprehensive full mouth evaluation, in tandem with the tooth in question. Important considerations include the periodontal support, quality of root canal treatment, occlusal scheme, para-functional habits, available vertical space, age and gender of patient, and the intended function of the tooth: single restoration or abutment for an overdenture, fixed or removable partial denture.
Esthetic restorative emergencies in the anterior esthetic zone can involve a fractured tooth, fracture of metal or ceramic material from fixed indirect restorations, or the avulsion or loss of a periodontally involved incisor. While these are not acute emergencies from the perspective of pain or discomfort, they are emergencies from the patient’s perspective due to the loss of esthetics. Triaging patients prior to their appointments is helpful in planning and optimizing treatment.
The ability to achieve profound local anesthesia for patients in general, and endodontic patients in particular, can be impacted by many factors. These include the inflammatory process, anatomical structures and neural variations. In order to efficiently and effectively manage endodontic emergencies in a relatively painless manner, the clinician must understand all of these considerations.
The seminar in Evidence-Based Practice and Endontic Treatment Outcomes outlined below provides dental healthcare professionals with accredited continuing dental education in a flexible and travel friendly format. ASI has provided accredited continuing education seminars for dental and medical professionals for 30 years. ASI is an approved provider of the AGD's PACE Program. Dental ......
The objective of root canal therapy is the three-dimensional
cleansing, shaping, and obturation of the root canal system from
the canal orifice to the minor constriction of the apical foramen.
Endodontics should duplicate extraction. Extraction heals
because the entire diseased pulp is removed from the body. The
closer the clinician can duplicate extraction through endodontic
Zahed Mohammadi, DMD, MSD, reviews literature of the local application of antibiotics in endodontic and dental trauma cases. This article is available for 2 hours of CE credit. After reading this article, the individual will learn: the rationale for the local applications of antibiotics in endodontic therapy and dental trauma, and indications for the local applications of ......