Transcript
  • 00:00    |    
    Initial credits
  • 00:25    |    
    Introduction
  • 02:35    |    
    One appointment versus multiple appointments
    • Standard of care
    • Advantages of single appointment endodontics
  • 05:12.5    |    
    Nickel-titanium rotary instrumentation
  • 05:50    |    
    Controversy
    • Control of root canal infection
    • Bacteria
      • Acids
      • Pulp
      • Importance of the blood
      • Immune system
    • What treatment method is biologically appropriate versus mechanically possible for the patient?
  • 15:57.5    |    
    One-appointment root canal treatment
  • Asepsis
  • 19:40    |    
    What is endodontics?
  • 20:34    |    
    Endodontic disease
    • Pulp and pulpitis
    • Endodontic periradicular infection
  • 23:45.5    |    
    Vitality test
  • 26:05    |    
    Is removal of decay a treatment or a diagnostic procedure?
  • 27:44    |    
    Clinical definition of endodontics
  • 28:17    |    
    Pulpitis
    • Pulpotomy
    • Success of root canal treatment in cases with vital pulps
  • 32:9.700000000000045    |    
    Apical periodontitis
  • 33:40    |    
    Requirements for success
    • No radiolucency versus radiolucency
    • Culturing
    • Bacteria elimination
  • 35:45    |    
    Success rate
  • Rubber dam
  • 38:00    |    
    Disinfection
    • Instrumentation
    • Asepsis
    • Aseptic technique
    • Importance of using new rubber gloves
    • Should we use exam gloves or sterile gloves?
  • 43:21    |    
    Removal of inflamed tissue
  • 45:52    |    
    Goals of health care providers
  • 47:9.5    |    
    Reasons for using files in root canal treatment
    • Getting the sodium hypochlorite into the apical area
    • Putting a filling in the canal space
    • Spaces
  • 49:29.5    |    
    Indirect pulp caps
  • What is the definition of an indirect pulp cap?
  • 52:26    |    
    Difficulty in using some instruments
    • What about the sterilizers?
    • University studies on disinfection procedures
  • 55:23.699999999999818    |    
    Disinfection on necrotic teeth
    • Calcium hydroxide Ca(OH)2
    • ''Enterococcus faecalis'' bacteria
  • 57:11.5    |    
    Canal disinfection
    • Endodontic failure
    • Apical radiolucency
    • Three principal functions of root canal fillings
  • 01:00:22    |    
    1995 study of root canal treatment
    • Good and poor endodontics
    • Good and poor restorations
    • Successful results
      • Good endodontics and a good restoration
      • Poor endodontics and a poor restoration
      • Good endodontics and a poor restoration
      • Poor endodontics and a good restoration
  • 01:04:51.5    |    
    Protocol for restoring endodontically treated teeth
    • Ethics and success
    • Intraorifice barrier
    • Flowable composite
  • 01:09:13.399999999999636    |    
    Pulp status
    • Infected vital pulp
    • Traumatized sterile necrotic pulp
    • Difficulties with the treatment
  • 01:10:56    |    
    Removal of the smear layer
  • Controversy
  • 01:12:21    |    
    One-appointment treatment
    • Intracanal medicament
    • Bacterial elimination by instrumentation
      • Chemical disinfection
      • Intracanal medication
      • Calcium hydroxide Ca(OH)2
      • Nickel titanium instrumentation
      • Bacterial reduction graphic
    • Case example
  • 01:22:58.399999999999636    |    
    Related articles
  • 01:24:33    |    
    Newer types of materials
  • 01:25:53    |    
    Antibiotics
  • 01:28:9.5    |    
    Related exercises
  • 01:30:12.5    |    
    Filling
    • Vitapex Ca(OH)2
    • Randomized clinical trial (RCTs)
  • 01:31:41.5    |    
    Final words
  • 01:32:06    |    
    Final credits


Single Appointment Endodontics

New Media  | 05 de agosto de 2009  | Vistas: 60

In this conference designed for students of Universidad Francisco Marroquín School of Dentistry, Eric M. Rivera explains the benefits of single endodontic appointments rather than having work done in multiple appointments. He mentions several important aspects of the field, especially the standard of care that every endodontist must provide, and the problems that dentists face every day along with effective techniques to address them.  After providing a clinical definition of endodontics, Rivera discusses important aspects of the immune system, dental disease, root canal infection, bacterial elimination by instrumentation, chemical disinfection, and intracanal medication. He also describes diagnostic procedures and treatment options.




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Eric M. Rivera is an expert in the field of endodontics.…