Steps to Endodontic Success for the General Practice
Stephen Christy, DMD
Wednesday, September 29, 2021 - Expires September 30, 2024
Determine the best practices for endodontic irrigation
Analyze techniques to make endodontic instrumentation more predictable
Discuss methods for locating canals
Providing endodontic treatments can be a great boon for most general dentistry practices. General dental practitioners are often able to offer such services to their patients, and it is therefore important that they understand the practices that are essential to endodontics.
Successful endodontics consists of six steps: creating access, finding canals, following best practices for irrigation, using proper instrumentation, creating a glide path, and performing obturation. This article will serve as a step-by-step guide for general dentists to achieve endodontic success in their practices.