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 Susceptibility of endodontic bacteria to different 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



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Endodontic Emergencies: Diagnosis and Treatment (Part II)

09 de agosto de 2012   | Vistas: 8 |  

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.




Samuel Dorn is professor and chair of the department of endodontics, and director of the advanced specialty education program in…

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