Predictable and Minimally Invasive Removal of Non-visible Separated Instruments
Includes a Live Event on 07/27/2022 at 6:00 PM (CDT)
Description: Instrument separation is very frustrating. Instrument retrieval is even more frustrating and considered more challenging than any other procedure in endodontics because there was no predictable protocol for instrument retrieval. But the recent literature suggested that separated instruments that are visible under a dental operating microscope (DOM) can be predictably removed with ultrasonic tips alone using a single standardized retrieval protocol that minimizes potential variables. Visualization and accessibility to the separated instrument play a major role in successful instrument retrieval.
However, when it comes to the removal of non-visible separated instruments, an instrument retrieval procedure would be completely unpredictable from a lack of visualization. Hence, in the lecture how to manage non-visible separated instruments will be discussed and the best technique will be suggested to make it as predictable as possible to remove those beyond the curve under the DOM. In addition, the standard protocol in combination with CBCT for instrument retrieval will also be shown and discussed.
At the conclusion of this presentation, participants will be able to:
- • Make a predictable treatment plan for non-visible separated instruments
- • Demonstrate minimally invasive and predictable way to prepare the canal for removal of non-visible separated instruments
- • Perform the best technique to remove non-visible separated instruments
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Yoshi Terauchi, D.D.S., Ph.D.
Dr. Terauchi is an adjunct professor at Department of Endodontics Faculty of Dentistry Bahçeşehir University İstanbul/TURKEY, a part-time lecturer at Tokyo Medical & Dental University, and also maintains a private practice limited to endodontics since 1998. He earned his DDS in 1993 and completed his residency at Tokyo Medical & Dental University in 1995, where he also received his PhD from the Department of Endodontics. He has published several articles in peer-reviewed journals nationally and internationally. He also authored in several chapters in textbooks including the 11th and the 12th edition of “Pathways of the Pulp”, “Endodontics: the 6th edition of Principles and Practice”, and “Retreatments Solution for Periapical Disease of Endodontic Origin”. He has lectured nationally and internationally and was exposed twice on National TV for modern endodontics.
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