Demystifying 6 components of successful endodontic instrumentation

May 19, 2015
Issue 4

As with any clinical procedure dealing with anatomy, endodontic procedures can be quick and easy or involved and complex.

As with any clinical procedure dealing with anatomy, endodontic procedures can be quick and easy or involved and complex.

Root canal procedures can quickly add revenue and build your practice. However, the practitioner should attend hands-on courses, start with simpler cases and feel comfortable prior to adding endodontics as a practice builder.   When incorporating endodontics, practitioners need to keep several aspects in mind, including:

  • Diagnosis

  • Anatomical considerations

  • Access

  • Finding canals

  • Instrumentation

  • Instrumentation movement

To learn about these and more, download our free e-book, "Demystifying 6 components of successful endodontic instrumentation," sponsored by EDS. Click here to download.