• 00:01    |    
    Initial credits
  • 00:20    |    
  • 01:38    |    
    Endodontics: Educated choices
    • Treatment of scurvy
    • The adoption of citrus fruit as a cure
    • The lack to adopt immediately new materials
  • 07:30    |    
    Technology, biology and endodontic success
    • Biological principles vs. clinical convenience
    • "Evidence-based" practice vs. product promotion
    • Biology vs. Technology
    • Child Root canal treatment
    • Aim of Endodontic Treatment: infection prevention
    • The role of technology
  • 14:07    |    
    Microbiological basis for Endodontic treatment
    • Messer and Chen: effectiveness of CMCP
    • Effectiveness of calcium hydroxide
      • Calcium hydroxide dressing: not all bacteria killed
      • Calcium hydroxide: inefficient anti-microbial
      • Early reported success rates
      • Wiger, Rosendhal and Löst: Equally high rate of healing
    • Effects of various solutions in killing bacteria
      • Calcium hydroxide
      • Clorhexidine acetate
      • Iodine potassium
    • Cognitive dissonance in Endodontics
      • The risk of a cyclical controversy
      • Root canal medication: MTAD
  • 28:41    |    
    A New Solution for the for the Removal of the Smear Layer
    • Distilled water
    • Sodium hypercloride (NaOCl)
    • NaOCl and EDTA
    • NaOCl and MTAD
    • Effect of MTAD on human saliva contaminated teeth
    • Effect of MTAD on E. Faecaliscontaminated root canal
    • Why continue with two-visit root canals?
  • 33:09    |    
    Indications for one-visit root canal
    • Perfect tooth for one-visit: presence of fistula
    • Necrotic teeth or pulp
    • Vital teeth
    • Tooth draining through the crown
  • 40:49    |    
    Why this root canal treatment failed?
  • Possible explanations
  • 43:14    |    
    Other Endodontic controversies: Apical extent and optimal obturation
    • Personal experience about marriage
    • Retreatment of Endodontic fillings
    • A controversy: Morphologic studies about root apexes
      • Microscopic investigation of the root apexes
      • Other studies
    • Determining the optimal obturation length
      • Opposing views
      • Hypothesis
      • Results
      • Conclusion: Importance of confining ob
      • Categories of each group
      • Interpretation of the results
    • Factors affecting successful prognosis of root canal treatment
    • Success rate in root canal therapy
      • Effect of age
      • Effect of root filling length
      • Periapical disturbance
    • Results of endodontic treatment performed with a standardized technique
      • Vital teeth
      • Necrotic teeth
      • The importance of the skill of the dentist
    • Radiographic assessment of an endodontic treatment method
      • Purpose of the study
      • Parameters of Study
      • Results
      • Success rate: apical level
      • Discussion
    • Radiographic evaluation of extruded obturation materials
    • Root canal treatment in dogs
    • Healing potential in vital cases
    • Factors affecting the long term results of endodontic treatment
    • Healing of periapical lesions of pulpless teeth
    • Influence of overinstrumentation on retreated root canals
    • Influence of infection on the outcome of endodontic treatment
      • Results
      • Conclusions
      • Length of the terminus of the canal
  • 01:18:36    |    
    Conclusions: Schilder's lessons
  • 01:19:32    |    
    Final credits

Modern Techniques in Endodontics (Part I)

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Modern techniques in Endodontics (Part I)
William Ben Johnson

Juan Bautista Gutiérrez Auditorium
Universidad Francisco Marroquín
Guatemala, April 28, 2006

A New Media - UFM production. Guatemala, April 2006
Camera: Jorge Samayoa; digital editing: Alexander Arauz; index: Christiaan Ketelaar; publication: Pedro David España


William Ben Johnson is an endodontist, inventor, entrepreneur, educator and philanthropist.…


Nuestra misión es la enseñanza y difusión de los principios éticos, jurídicos y económicos de una sociedad de personas libres y responsables.

Universidad Francisco Marroquín