EndoSync Plus Clinical Limitations and Recommendations

Allen Ali Nasseh   uploaded 4 months ago

Dr. Nasseh discusses some of the limitations of measuring working length while instrumenting simultaneously in handpieces that connect directly to an apex locator

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    • #6630
      Allen Ali Nasseh

      Dr. Nasseh discusses some of the limitations of measuring working length while instrumenting simultaneously in handpieces that connect directly to an
      [See the full post at: EndoSync Plus Clinical Limitations and Recommendations]

    • #6719
      John Moore

      Hi Dr Nasseh, I dont seem to be able to play a video here? thank you-John Moore

    • #6736
      Robert Ramotar

      Hello, it looks like the video is not posted. Thanks.

    • #6739
      Allen Ali Nasseh

      Apologies! I just realized the link was broken… It’s currently working again. Let me know if any questions about this mode of usage that I recommend. It’s important to recognize the difference between the clinical needs during instrumentation vs. those during apex location. 🙂
      Cheers,
      Ali

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      Robert Ramotar

      This video was very helpful; thank you. Makes total sense by the EAL should not be used with the exception of the hand files and first rotary file one uses.

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