Posts made in September, 2015

Conventional intraoral radiography provides clinicians with cost-effective, high-resolution imaging that continues to be the front-line method for dental imaging. However, it is clear that there are many specific situations where the 3-D images produced by CBCT facilitates diagnosis and influences treatment. The usefulness of the CBCT cannot be disputed. It is a valuable task-specific imaging modality, producing minimal radiation...

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A primary objective of endodontic therapy is to establish an adequate seal with the root canal filling material, as coronal microleakage is a leading cause of endodontic failure. The current trend of ‘temporizing’ with cotton and cavit or another temporary material following endodontic treatment can result in various complications. Firstly, patients may not return to their restorative dentist in a timely manner, and thus the...

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