Transcript
  • 00:00    |    
    Initial credits
  • 00:25    |    
    Introduction
    • Defining endodontics
    • Summary of previous topics
    • Root canal treatment versus coronal restoration
  • 03:45    |    
    Implant procedures
    • Success rate for root canal treatment
    • Success rate for implants
    • How is success determined for root canal treatment?
  • 09:27.5    |    
    Tooth survival
    • Survival rate
    • Efforts to save the patient's natural tooth
    • Implants
  • 12:22    |    
    Restoring the tooth
    • Guidelines to determine restorability
    • Periodontal ligament space
    • Proprioceptive fibers
    • Significant aspects of implants
    • Peri-implantitis
    • Importance of providing patients with all treatment alternatives
  • 19:49    |    
    Indications for a foundation
  • Failure of restorative procedures
  • 20:51    |    
    Retention
  • Loss of tooth structure
  • 23:35    |    
    Using a post
    • Different types of posts
      • Rigid versus flexible post
      • Metal versus fiber post
    • Factors
  • 27:45.5    |    
    Ferrule effect
  • Studies and literature
  • 29:01    |    
    Summary
  • 30:29    |    
    Post space preparation
    • Errors in the procedure
    • Internal bleaching procedure
    • Removal of the root canal filling material
    • Sealers
  • 36:23    |    
    Gingival recession
  • 37:48    |    
    Sodium perborate (PBS)
  • Heat technique
  • 40:38    |    
    Success rate of bleaching procedure
    • Composite material
    • Disadvantages of using white gutta-percha
  • 44:02    |    
    Glass ionomer cement and flowable composites
  • 45:47.5    |    
    Intraorifice barrier
  • 47:00    |    
    Case example
  • Is an amalgam plug needed?
  • 50:35    |    
    Intracoronal amalgam
  • Situations where a core cannot be placed
  • 53:35    |    
    Functions of flowable composites
  • 55:38    |    
    Disadvantages of placing intraorifice barrier
    • UNC experimental procedure
    • When not to place flowable composites
  • 01:02:21.5    |    
    Asepsis
  • 01:03:11    |    
    Final words
  • 01:03:52.59999999999991    |    
    Final credits


Restoration of the Endodontically Treated Tooth

New Media  | 06 de agosto de 2009  | Vistas: 35

Eric M. Rivera discusses the importance of keeping a patient's natural teeth and providing all possible treatment options before resorting to the use of implants. He comments on tooth survival rates and encourages students to make every effort to save the natural tooth. He also shares some guidelines to determine the restorability of the tooth and discusses significant aspects of implants and amalgam plugs. Rivera talks about some of the diseases related to implants and possible treatments. He also describes internal bleaching procedures and mentions some of the more effective chemical solutions and techniques. Throughout the presentation he presents cases that illustrate common errors in dental procedures related to root canal filling and intraorifice barriers.




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