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March 9, 2012 News Endodonticsmicrosurgery

Root-end management: resection, cavity preparation, and material placement

by ken

JOHN J. STROPKO , GLEN E. DOYON  This is a sample concept of blended learning. The technical discussion for a specific area of treatment planning introduced as a component of the critical thinking and comprehensive reasoning that goes into a

February 22, 2012 News Endodonticsmicrosurgery

Lateral Lesion Management

by ken

from DTStudy Club – Dr. Chaniotis Antonis Lateral portal of exits could be related with lateral lesions. The diagnosis and management of such lesions could be really challenging. It was the first time that i encountered purulent drainage through a

January 20, 2012 News BlogsEndodonticsmicrosurgeryYouTube

There’s a micro in the house – Endodontic Microsurgery

by ken

A spectacular blog – worth a visit to all the entries………and the YOU TUBES will rock your world. http://en.zerodonto.com/2010/07/micro-surgical-endodontics-state-of-art.html

January 12, 2012 News Clinical case reportEndodonticsmicrosurgery

Internal and external resorption repair from your friendly neighbourhood Santa Barbarian

by ken

I’ve had very good results with treatment of resorption.  The key is to aggressively eliminate the lesion when anatomically possible. Key considerations and management issues regarding this case. 1.       The  resorption defect was surgically accessible on the buccal as mapped

December 16, 2011 News microsurgery

Biocompatibility of Two Novel Root Repair Materials

by ken

Increasingly, practitioners are able to repair damaged roots and improve the success rates of endodontic surgical procedures. Bioceramic materials are now available to augment MTA which has been on the market for over a decade. The abstract is an article from Dr. Haapasalo’s group in BC.