Category: Endodontic

Dental Management Of Patients undergoing Anti-Coagulant therapy

Dental Management Of Patients undergoing Anti-Coagulant therapy Patients receiving Aspirin OR other platelet-inhibiting drugs: 1- Consult physician to stop the anticoagulant therapy. 2- defer surgery until the platelet-inhibiting drugs have been stopped for 5 days. 3- take extra measures for promotion of blood clot formation and retention. 4- restart drug therapy on the day after […]

March 9, 2012 | 0 Comments More

Pulpectomy method : step by step

Pulpectomy method : step by step : 1. Although local anaesthesia is usually not required, as the pulp is non-vital, there may be remnants of vital, inflamed tissue in the apical 1-3mm of the canal which may be sensitive. Furthermore, the tooth may be tender because of apical inflammation. 2. Rubber dam is required. 3. […]

January 17, 2012 | 0 Comments More

CROWN FRACTURES : Biologic Consequences & Treatment

CROWN FRACTURES : Biologic Consequences & Treatment CROWN FRACTURES As mentioned previously, the primary aim from an endodontic point of view is to maintain vitality after these types of accidents. Crown infraction (“incomplete fracture or crack of enamel without loss of tooth structure) and uncomplicated crown fracture (“fracture of the enamel only or enamel and […]

December 23, 2011 | 0 Comments More

How can endodontic mishaps be prevented?

How can endodontic mishaps be prevented? How can mishaps be prevented? Learn from experience! Unfortunately, someone, dentist or patient must pay for this learning curve, but we do learn from our mistakes. However, there is one cardinal rule: If a mistake will affect the outcome of the case, the patient must be informed at once, […]

December 20, 2011 | 0 Comments More

Access related endodontic mishaps

Access related endodontic mishaps Treatment of the Wrong Tooth Treatment of the wrong tooth can be so easily prevented. One should make sure through inquiry, testing, examining, and radiography that one has confirmed which tooth requires treatment and then mark it with a felt-tip pen (Figure 1). Missed Canals Additional canals in the mesial roots […]

December 20, 2011 | 0 Comments More
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