Practical Clinical Endodontics

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Elsevier Health Sciences, 2006 - Medical - 109 pages
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This title is directed primarily towards health care professionals outside of the United States. A practical, highly illustrated guide to endodontics for the primary care dentist.

A practical and accessible guide to endodontics for the general dentist.
Brings together new technolgies available for treatment with the increasing biological understanding of endodontic disease processes.
Comprehensively illustrated by the authors' own cases.
Presents key aspects of primary treatment, root canal re-treatment and periradicular surgery.

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The scientific basis for treating endodontic infection
Disease processes
History diagnosis case selection and treatment planning
Root canal anatomy and access
Root canal preparation objectives and instruments
Cleaning and shaping techniques
Root canal obturation
Root canal retreatment
Periadicular surgery

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Page 105 - Torabinejad M., Watson TF, Pitt Ford TR: Sealing ability of a mineral trioxide aggregate when used as a root end filling material, f Endod 19, 591-595(1993).
Page 105 - PA, Figdor D. Tyas MJ: Apical dentin permeability and microleakage associated with root end resection and retrograde filling,/ Endodont 20:22-26, 1994.
Page 105 - CE, et al: Multicenter clinical trial of ibuprofen and acetaminophen in the treatment of postoperative dental pain. J Am Dent Assoc 1990:121:257-263.

About the author (2006)

Nick Adams is an internationally renowned Australian speaker, lecturer, author, and media commentator. He is best known for his work in the field of American exceptionalism. Adams has received several state awards, including honorary citizenship, in America. As a professional speaker, he has given major addresses in several countries. His work in the United States has seen him speak in more than twenty states, at conventions, corporate meetings, military bases, schools and churches.

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