Tag Archive: Fridays

Your Favorite Paper: Dr. Anne Koch

December 13, 2019 11:05 am Published by

Starting a new segment called “Your Favorite Paper” which is different KOLs’ favorite piece of endodontic literature.

For the first one I’m interviewing Dr. Anne Lauren Koch, founder and former director of the new Harvard Post Doctoral Endodontic program. Her favorite article: Endodontic Success: Who’s Reading the Radiograph by Mel Goldman 1972.…

EndoSync Handpiece Settings (Friday Questions)

August 5, 2016 8:22 am Published by

EndoSync handpiece uses straigh rotation or rotation with a safety feature called OTR (Optimized Torque Reduction.) In this video, Dr. Nasseh shares some of his personally recommended settings for opt...

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The Myth of the MB2 Canal!

December 19, 2015 1:35 am Published by

The internet forums show the occasional doubt about this elusive canal. In this video Dr. Nasseh discusses the incidence of this canal and a minimally invasive technique for retreatment of cases when ...

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How to Get Down Root Canals?!

December 11, 2015 4:25 am Published by

Root canals were not created for root canal therapy. Root Canal therapy has to conform its technique to address abnormal and aberrant root canals.

In this video, Dr. Nasseh shares some concepts and...

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How to Improve your success rate with a simple concept! (Friday Questions)

November 20, 2015 3:25 am Published by

To many people, the idea of improving your success rate is a function of what file system or obturaiton you use. Using aspetic technique, however, is a sure fire way to improve your success no matter what system you use.

In this video, Dr. Nasseh share some basic, and simple idea that can help you improve your success rate today, no matter what system you are using for instrumentation and obturation.…

Friday Questions: What is the Resistance Form in Endodontic Preparations?

May 30, 2015 11:32 am Published by

GV Black coined a few terms and principles for cavity preparations. These concepts are still valid today. In this tutorial, Dr. Nasseh goes on to explain Resistance Form in endodotnic Cavity preparation. This principle keep the root canal filling inside the root canal and prevent extrusion of the material beyond the apex.…

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

May 23, 2015 5:04 am Published by

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!!…