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RWE Article Review: Post with or without Rubber Dam! free

By Allen Ali Nasseh on November 24, 2013 in Endo / Pre-treatment topics

This Dec. 2013 JOE article regarding the success rate of posts placed with or without a rubber dam are discussed

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Dr. Nasseh reviews the JOE Dec. 2013 article by Goldfein et. al.

This article is about the difference in success rate in teeth with posts, when the post was cemented following root canal therapy under a rubber dam or without a rubber dam. 

 

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Dr. Allen Ali Nasseh graduated from Northwestern University Dental School and Harvard School of Dental Medicine Post Doctoral Endodontics program, where he also received a Masters in Medical Sciences in Bone Physiology. He has been a clinical instructor and a lecturer at the Harvard Postdoctoral Endo program since 1997 where he maintains a senior faculty position.

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Lynne Brock

I just read the Journal of Endodontics (JOE), December 2013 article on post placements with and without a rubber dam and I am not surprised at the astonishing difference in successful outcomes when a rubber dam is used when placing a post. Lets get the word out: Use a Rubber Dam when placing Posts! Please consider Endo Sequence matching tapered post kits to avoid other iatrogenic mistakes when making post space too.