Free White Paper: 3 Steps to Improved Clinical Success in Endodontics

May 1, 2014
Steve Diogo
Steve Diogo

Issue 5

As with any clinical procedure involving anatomy, the endodontic process can be fairly simple or extremely complex.

As with any clinical procedure involving anatomy, the endodontic process can be fairly simple or extremely complex.

The key to success, according to New York endodontist and clinical professor of endodontics at Columbia University, Allan S. Deutsch, DMD, is to develop a straightforward system that breaks the endodontic process into individual procedures focused on access, canal location, instrumentation and obturation.

Dr. Deutsch recently published a White Paper that explains his process in each of these areas and describes the specific instrumentation he uses for each step. You can download this free White Paper, “Three Steps to Clinical Success in Endodontics,” here.

Regarding locating canals, for example, Dr. Deutsch explains how when looking for canals there are a few important factors to keep in mind. Some of which are color difference in the canal walls, darker root fusion line, and the location of canal orifices along these fusion lines.

In his White Paper, Dr. Deutsch explains each endodontic process in detail and provides step-by-step instructions for finding canals and proper obturation. He also discusses his specific instrumentation and explains the benefits of Piezo ultrasonics in endodontics.

Throughout the paper, Dr. Deutsch emphasizes the importance of proper knowledge of the pulp chamber anatomy and provides tips for improving pre-operative diagnosis.

You may download the White Paper here.