Friday Questions: Any tricks for accessing calcified canals through crowns?

Allen Ali Nasseh   uploaded 6 years ago

Since root canal calcification is a common response to chronic trauma following chronic decay and large restorations, being able to access such teeth is an important skill. Given the increase number of geriatric patients with large restorations, Dr. Nasseh shares a couple of tips and tricks by Dr. Alex Fleury and himself that may help improve your success rate in finding such canals safely. Good luck!!

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