Broken Instrument Removal

Allen Ali Nasseh   uploaded 8 years ago

All stainless steel or NiTi files can potentially break during root canal therapy. The most significant way to reduce file breakage is to reduce torque and cyclic fatigue; however, an understanding of the root canal anatomy and potential anatomical limitation of where files can break should also be considered.

This tutorial deals with such information. Recommendations for how to remove broken instruments using ultrasonics an ways to reduce the incidence of such events are discussed and shared.

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    • #1598
      Allen Ali Nasseh

      A case of a broken instrument referred for removal leads to a discussion of ways to avoid instrument fracture.
      [See the full post at: Broken Instrument Removal]

    • #3800
      beardedentist

      the link doesn’t work

    • #4721
      Aastha

      Please send the complete vedio. Thank you

    • #4786
      dok_artjr@yahoo.com

      kindly complete the video pls..thank you

    • #4974
      Selvaradjou Shanmugavel

      Kindly upload the complete video.
      acchue@gmail.com

      • This reply was modified 1 year, 9 months ago by Selvaradjou Shanmugavel.
    • #6200
      Prashant Sukhani

      Where can I find the complete video? The links that are posted do not direct to the complete video. Any help/ guidance would be appreciated.

      Email: psukhanidmd@gmail.com

      • This reply was modified 6 months ago by Prashant Sukhani.
      • This reply was modified 6 months ago by Prashant Sukhani.
    • #6496
      Delia BUICAN

      I need help for one of my case. Is the same. Where can i find the al video. Any help dr.deliabuican@libero.it

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