Mineral trioxide aggregate (MTA) is a multi-application material used in endodontics. This article reviews a number of MTA-like materials that have been introduced for endodontic applications.
Timeless, state-of-the-art strategies for preventing adverse events
MTA for direct pulp capping is compared with CaOH and root canal therapy
The physical characteristics of post materials affect restorations
Examining predictable and effective use of this treatment modality
A safer, more predictable approach to instrumentation of curved root canal systems
Principle-driven approaches for successful outcomes
Highly efficient systems are composed of a set of robust, predictable, and reliable functions
Making an informed decision about product design
Sophisticated instruments can rise to the challenges of demanding root canal procedures
Choosing proven devices that provide clinicians with predictable results
This article reviews how fiber posts differ from their metal predecessors and how they vary intrinsically from one design and composition to another.