In this webinar we will discuss various retreatment techniques that will help the clinician to perform high difficulty root canal retreatments faster, safer and more predictably. Every example will be shown with HD video footage taken during various personal retreatment cases.
I. Fast and safe removal of big cast posts
II. Removing fiber posts without touching the dentinal structure - a minimally invasive approach
III. Deep ledges
IV. Removing foreign objects from the root canal system (separated instruments, hard cements) - a minimally invasive approach
To learn some very simple and efficient techniques that might help the clinician to deal with various situations encountered during a nonsurgical root canal retreatment.
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Dr. Sergiu Nicola has no relevant commercial relationships.
Dr. Terry Pannkuk has no relevant commercial relationships.
Str. Tudor Vianu nr. 24, Sector 1
Dr. Sergiu Nicola - Bucharest, Romania.
9 E Pedregosa Street, Suite B
Santa Barbara, CA 93101
Dr. Terry Pannkuk, a native of California, graduated from University of California at Los Angeles with a degree in Biology, Georgetown Dental School with a D.D.S., and Boston University with an M.Sc.D. in Endodontics. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Endodontics, former editor and publisher of The Endodontic Report, former president of the Boston University Endodontic Alumni Association, current reviewer for the Journal of Endodontics (official journal of the American Association of Endodontists), Past President of the Academy of Microscope Enhanced Dentistry, President and Founder of the Schilder Institute for the Advancement of Endodontics, Editor and Publisher of PDL (Pure Dental Learning), Volunteer Clinical Professor at the University of California at San Francisco, and international lecturer-author of topics relating to clinical endodontics.
He lives and practices in Santa Barbara, California.
Original Release Date: October 3, 2015
Review Date: TBD
*Expiration Date: October 3, 2018
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