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A blog on topical and hopefully interesting bits of Perio, Endo and of course Prostho

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What are the aetiology and risk factors for dental trauma injuries ? A summary of a study by Ulf Glendor

Below is a summary of the main risk for dental trauma injuries as per a review by Ulf Glendor. Oral predisposing factors Patients with an overjet of over 5mm Lip incompetance Protrusive nature of incisor position Unintentional traumatic dental injuries... Continue Reading →

What are the characteristics of a peri-apical (radicular) cyst ?

Its not uncommon for practitioners to refer to specialists or secondary care units for treatment of a 'periapical cyst' or 'radicular cyst'. The only surefire way of diagnosing the presence of a cyst is through histology, although such lesions do... Continue Reading →

Lateral luxations-a short animation on management

Factors needing consideration prior to planning root canal treatment-A revision infographic

There are numerous factors that need considering prior to providing root canal treatment these have varying importance depending on presentation. Important factors include patient related issues, periodontal status, the endodontic difficulty, the amount of remaining tooth structure and the history... Continue Reading →

Endodontic Microsurgery: A new paradigm in apical disease management by Daniel Flynn

The advent of predictable implant technology has challenged endodontists to adopt more techniques into their armamentarium. Endodontists need to be able to provide high quality predictable treatments. Gone are the days of the clumsy apicectomy and amalgam retrograde fillings. Like all... Continue Reading →

Avulsions…time is precious! 

Avulsion injuries are devastating for our patients. A model patient tepeing away for years and all of a sudden bang they go from 28 pearly whites to a gappy smile that can be both physically and mentally debilitating. These injuries... Continue Reading →

Magnification and Endo…you can’t treat what you can’t see !

It's true, did you ever meet an orthopaedic surgeon who could mend a broken leg blindfolded ? Visualisation is everything in any procedure and if you can't see it you can't treat it. In many cases not seeing can result... Continue Reading →

The endodontic-implant continuum

About 5 years ago I was approached  by the Royal College to do a paper on the endodontic implant interface. At the time the conjecture about the longevity, survival and success of implants was starting to being questioned both within... Continue Reading →

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