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Prevention and Management of Separated Instruments

Description:
Broken, separated, or “disarticulated” instruments can occur during the day-to-day practice of endodontics. No dentist should have a particular tolerance for broken instruments; however, it is important to know how to prevent and treat these incidents and how to explain the situation to the patient. Guidelines for prevention and management of intracanal separated instruments including Microsonic and Bypassing techniques have been explained in details here with different technical tips to help the dentist to increase the chance of saving tooth in the event of the breakage.

Date Added:
12/23/2015

Author(s):

Moh'd Hammo, BDS, DESE Moh'd Hammo, BDS, DESE
Dr. Mohammad Hammo graduated from Jordan University in 1992 (BDS), and continued his higher education in Endodontics in saint-Joseph University in Lebanon 200...
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Questions & Comments
tareq al-sayed - (2/17/2017 6:34 AM)

Great job both easy to understand and informative presentation. I hope to see more lectures from you here in the future. Thank you Dr. Hammo.

Mahommed Ismail - (1/11/2016 5:08 PM)

Thank you for a very informative presentation, much appreciated. well done.

Mahommed Ismail - (1/11/2016 5:08 PM)

Thank you for a very informative presentation, much appreciated. well done.

Ahmad Najwa - (1/6/2016 1:23 PM)

very informative presentation, welldone!!!

saadou khalaf - (12/31/2015 3:47 PM)

Proud to see you here my friend ..... great presentation

SungJoon Koh - (12/27/2015 8:29 AM)

well organized and very easy to understand. would like to see more presentations from you. thank you

Norman Marks, DDS - (12/26/2015 12:35 PM)

Good presentation, but I would have liked to see more video, especially bypassing broken instruments

mahmoud mohamed - (12/25/2015 8:26 PM)

great efforts,nice cases,thanks for the effort

carlos cardenas - (12/23/2015 2:21 PM)

terrific!!!!!good cases! Thank you.

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