Posts made in April, 2017


  Who wore it better ? Great seeing old friends and colleagues at the #aae17. #neverstoplearning #neworleans #novasoutheastern #endodontist #endodontics Photo taken at: New Orleans, Louisiana View in Instagram ⇒ The post Case of the Week appeared first on Dr. Geoffrey Sas. The post Case of the Week appeared first on Toronto Root Canal Specialist – York Hill Endodontics. The post Case of the Week appeared first on Dr. Geoffrey...

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Dear Doctor, At a routine examination, my dentist found a hole in my upper front tooth, at the gum line. He told me that it was “root resorption,” and he wasn’t sure if the tooth could be saved. Can you please tell me more? An example of external (cervical) resorption that starts from the outside and works inward.   Dear Stan, For adults, root resorption is an uncommon and troublesome dental condition in which the body’s own...

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  Cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) has proven to be an essential tool for successful diagnosis, treatment planning, and postoperative monitoring for endodontic applications. With its accurate and high-quality 3-D representations of maxillofacial structures, CBCT technology offers tremendous improvements in diagnostic capabilities, eliminating surprises and minimizing the need for exploratory surgery. The result: more...

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A 2-d radiograph never shows the full story. Here is a post op axial slice of tooth #36 (19) showing 4 PON in the mesial root , 3 PON in the distal root. This was a post-op image of ortho-grade #retreatment. Limited field of view scan using j-morita f-80. Swipe for more images. #dentist #dentistry #dentaleducation #rootcanal #rootcanaltreatment #rootcanals #endodontic #endodontia #endo #dentist #oralhealth #dentista #endodontics...

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