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Root Canal Perforations - Diagnosis and Treatment - Part 3 of 3

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In this dynamic video presentation, Dr. Leandro Pereira details the diagnosis and variable options for the management and treatment of root perforations. The advantages of CBCT in the diagnostic and evaluation phase as well as surgical microscopy in the treatment phase are discussed. A thorough algorithm that includes location, size and shape of the perforation is presented to guide the clinician in assessing the potential for success in clinical intervention. Materials as well as surgical vs. non-surgical treatments are also discussed.

Date Added:
5/6/2012

Author(s):

Leandro A. P.  Pereira, DDS, MSc Leandro A. P. Pereira, DDS, MSc
Dr. Leandro A. P. Pereira received his DMD from the Universidade Estadual de Campinas, UNICAMP of Piracicaba Dental School FOP in 1997. In 2000 he received his specialty certi...
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Questions & Comments
Eric Pena - (11/27/2016 6:53 PM)

Thank you! Great presentation.

Leandro Pereira56 - (5/20/2012 7:02 PM)

Dear Dimitris, the white line is a thin metallic line inside this Angelus Fiber Post. This line helps to visualize the fiber post extension . It's just an Xray contrast.

Dimitris Tsanaktsidis - (5/13/2012 3:50 PM)

Well done Leonardo.Very nice presentation in all parts. I would like to ask you what is that thin white line that is in all x-rays on the lateral incisor?

Glen Carmo15 - (5/1/2012 7:11 PM)

Wowwwww, You did again....congrats Leandro

Glen Carmo15 - (5/1/2012 7:11 PM)

Wowwwww, You did again....congrats Leandro

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