Transcript
  • 00:01    |    
    Initial credits
  • 00:06    |    
    Introduction
  • 01:26    |    
    Advice on what to do when finishing college
  • 03:16    |    
    Professional investigation and survey on endodontic emergencies
  • Goals of the survey
  • 05:25    |    
    Classification of toothache emergencies
  • 06:35    |    
    Vital pulp
    • Anesthesia of the hot tooth
    • Maxillary teeth
    • Maxillary molars
    • Mandibular anesthesia
      • Gow-Gates technique
      • Intraosseous anesthesia
      • Intrapulpal anesthesia
    • Removal of pulp tissue
      • Pulpotomy
      • Pulpectomy
    • One-visit treatment
      • Degree of tissue removal
      • One-visit treatments in 1988 vs. 1999
      • Medical and technological advances
      • Apical periodontitis
    • Level of instrumentation
      • Working length
      • Certainty of the apex locator
      • Apex locator brands
    • Summary of vital pulp teeth procedures
  • 32:46    |    
    Non-vital pulp
    • Non-vital pulp with no swelling
      • Calcium hydroxide usage
      • Enterococcus faecalis bacteria
      • Antibiotic treatment
    • Non-vital pulp with swelling
      • Instrumentation past the apex
      • Question asked during the survey in 1999
      • Instrumentation length in 1999
      • Leaving the tooth open
      • Quotes article on tooth drainage
      • Incision and drainage
      • Trephination
      • Calcium hydroxide characteristics
      • Phenolic compounds
      • Formocresol
      • No medication
      • Occlusal adjustments
      • Antibiotics
      • Zithromax
      • Corticosteroids and antihistamines
      • Analgesics
      • Over-the-counter analgesics
  • 01:04:13    |    
    Toothache emergencies summary
    • Vital teeth
    • Non-vital teeth
  • 01:05:20    |    
    General trends in endodontics
  • 01:06:03    |    
    Final words
  • 01:06:22    |    
    Final credits


Endodontic Emergencies: Diagnosis and Treatment (Part II)

New Media  | 09 de agosto de 2012  | Vistas: 12

Samuel Dorn, as a continuation of his presentation on endodontic emergencies, provides advice for college students who are about to conclude an academic cycle, before making a career decision. Dorn shares his experience while carrying out an investigation and a survey on several of the most common endodontic tendencies from two decades ago, and compares the results he obtained with current data. As a way of simplifying toothache treatments, he classifies these emergencies into vital pulp and non-vital pulp situations. For each one, he presents the recommended procedures and specifies which methods are better left in the past. He also speaks about the usage of analgesics, corticosteroids, antihistamines, and antibiotics focusing on the best options available to treat each patient with the best solution at hand.




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