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Endodontic Procedural Concepts

Description:
Procedural concepts are discussed which will facilitate the use of the Endo Sequence file. The concept of matching a laser verified cone to a constant taper shape (Endodontic Synchronicity) is introduced to the viewer. The section concludes with a comparison of .04 taper versus .06 taper.

Date Added:
9/13/2007

Author(s):
Doctors Dennis Brave and Kenneth Koch
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Questions & Comments
chandanpreet jaspal - (12/5/2013 8:23 PM)

Please show actual doing of a RCT. Great information though!

eldo koshy - (10/3/2012 12:11 AM)

poor audio.should this have had subtitles in English , it would have been nice Eldo Koshy

igbal Adm - (3/22/2012 12:21 PM)

causes of bleeding after irrigation root canal

Sophia Beason - Brown - (12/2/2010 10:17 AM)

does all rotary files eg. brasseler,tulsa etc matches up with endosequence GP ?

farshad bajoghli - (7/23/2010 1:21 AM)

thanks for the lecture.wish you had some actual cases too,so we could see the technque practically.

DR FARHAN DURRANI - (6/9/2010 1:46 PM)

DR FARHAN DURRANI please show some techniques too

DR. SUNIL.,B.D.S - (12/27/2009 4:05 AM)

a real practical and proper approach to endo Rx

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