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September 28, 2011 News Endodontics

Decompression case – endodontics

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From Dr. Fred Barnett Patient is a 16 year old female; past history of trauma to tooth #2.1. Patient originally presented with a significant cellulitis (to the orbital area) to her local ER and she was admitted and placed on IV clindamycin.

September 25, 2011 News Endodontics

Calcium Metapmorphosis (Pulpal obliteration) and Internal Bleachingd

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From The Endo Blog.com by Jason Hales It has been reported that 11.6% – 33% of boys and 3.6% – 19% of girls suffer some kind of dental trauma before age 12. Internal staining is common following a traumatic injury

April 21, 2011 News Implantology

Side by side by side…….

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From Dental Tribune by Saghi Parnham A medically and periodontally stable 24-year-old woman presented with two failing root canals on teeth #8 and #9. Her dental records indicated both teeth were endodontically treated twice before. The first root canals were

March 3, 2011 News General News

Now this is dental trauma REDUX, Dr. B. Made Off, DDS

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As a followup to Catherine’s post………in the era of Bernie Q. Made Off, how could anyone remain this gullible……..by the by, I have some swamp land in FLA for sale…..and one of the perpetrators was a periodontist, nudge, nudge, wink,

February 1, 2011 News Dental TraumaEndodontics

Of tulips and horizontal root fractures

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Marga Ree is one of the most stellar endodontists in the world.  She works in the Netherlands and shares cases like these online and a courses throughout the globe.  She will be in Toronto at the George Hare Endodontic Study

July 2, 2010 News General News

Boning up on Bone Drugs

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More Magazine–June 1, 2010    by Katharine Davis Fishman Late last fall I started walking like a penguin. The array of specialists I waddled in to see–the anesthesiologist, the physiatrist (a doctor who supervises physical therapy and rehabilitation), the rheumatologist,

June 2, 2010 News Dental Trauma

Share and care

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It is NOT my intention to use this blog to proselytize. It IS my intention to use this blog to heighten awareness of how increasingly broad the dental educational landscape is becoming because there are no borders, no geographical or