Art, science and utilization of clearing teeth for evaluation of endodontic anatomy and failed endodontic treatments. The program will have a case presentation demonstrating the value of post operative clearing of a failed endodontic case.
II. My personal History
IV. Philisophical Basis for Clearing/Diapnonization
V. Scientific concepts and new methods
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Dr. Craig Barrington has no relevant commercial relationships.
401 N Hwy 77 Ste 10
Waxahachie, TX 75165
Dr. Barrington received his DDS from the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio in 1996. He has lectured to a variety of dental societies and study clubs and has written and co-written a number of articles for various dental journals. Dr. Barrington is a member of Omicron Kappa Upsilon. He is an associate member of the American Academy of Endodontists. He is an adjunct clinical professor in the AEGD program at the A&M College of dentistry. He has a patent pending in clearing and diaphonization. He has maintained a practice in Waxahachie, Texas for the past 18 years.
1. Dental Cosmos - Volume LV - 1913 - p.374-378
2. Dr Vick Williams - Professor Emeritus, UTHSCSA - Faculty of the Department of Cellular and Structural Biology
4. "Studies on the Anatomical Structure of Root Canals in Human Dentition by a Method of making the tooth substance transparent." (1928)
6. The Art of Examining and Interpreting Histologic Preparations: A Laboratory ... By William J. Krause
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