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Optimized Instrumentation & Technology in Endodontic Therapy

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Rotary instrumentation using Optimized Torque Reduction (OTR) motion and Apex Locator-Handpiece technology has the potential to improve clinical efficiency during endodontic therapy. In this webinar, Dr. Nasseh explains the implementation of one such technology using the ESX instrumentation and obturation system. He further shares some tips and settings for effective, safe operations. Various endodontic motions and their indications for use are explained and an anterior tooth demonstration is presented to consolidate all covered points with a clinical demonstration.

Date Added:
5/1/2019

Author(s):

Allen Ali Nasseh, DDS, MMSc Allen Ali Nasseh, DDS, MMSc
Dr. Ali Nasseh received his Masters in Medical Sciences degree and Certificate in Endodontics from the Harvard School of Dental Medicine in 1997.

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FARHAN DURRANI492 - (5/5/2019 10:57 AM)

excellent learning

Maurice Salama - (7/20/2017 11:38 AM)

Remarkable information condensed and easily manageable...thank you

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