Watch this lecture by dr. Francesca Cerutti as she reviews the history and the literature on MTA compared with other biomaterials and cements.
Dilacerated canals are a deviation or bend in the linear relationship of a crown of a tooth to its root. Follow this lecture by dr. Marino Sutedjo about this very particular topic. Learn more about the definition, prevalences, identification and management about the dilacerated canals.
MAP (Micro Apical Placement) System provides a unique and efficient method to precisely place endodontic material by orthograde or retrograde approach.
Learn from dr. Massimo Giovarruscio the best practice to correctly prepare and place MTA during your Root canal treatments.
Watch this lecture by dr. Mohammed Zaafrany where he will share some useful techniques to avoid errors during the shaping in your RTC while keeping high safety standards.
Bioceramics are widely used nowadays in endodontics. Follow this POP Lecture with Riccardo Tonini to learn few tips & tricks on how to use and apply them with ease.
All of us know the MB2 canal: it's the very famous one. But still, the lower molars has something to say! Let’s focus on the Medial Mesial canal.
Follow the lecture by Mohammed Za'Frany on Obturation with the warm compacting technique
Ninja accesses are one of the more discussing topic nowadays in dentistry, here a case where some mistakes has been done thanks to a wrong approach in the access with Fabio Gorni
In this lecture Shawky will discuss about a very important anatomical feature: Radix entomolaris
Radix entomolaris was first described in 1844 by Carabelli as a supernumerary root located disto-lingually in mandibular molars
The glide cleaning was introduced in endodontics by Riccardo Tonini to highlight the importance of the cleaning protocols that should be used to achieve better results in endodontics.
In this lecture Marino Sutedjo will show a scientific update about the Influence of CBCT in Endodontic Retreatments
Direct pulp capping is a well known procedure to preserve dental vitality in case of pulp exposure. In this lecture Francesca Cerutti will review some of the procedures and materials needed to perform pulp capping.