Defending Against Coronoapical Leakage

Terry Pannkuk, DDS, MScD Clinical Endodontic Technique Instruction

A compromised crown needing a post is at risk of coronoapical septic leakage if meticulous isolation is not instituted throughout the entire period of endodontic treatment and the final restorative procedure

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