Tag Archive: MustSee

CBL 30: Curved Roots with ESX 30/02 File!

June 3, 2018 4:49 am Published by

While preparation with a size 30/02 ESX can create a more minimally invasive look, combining it with an 06 Taper EndoSequence Austenitic or Maratensitic Instrument can result into an interesting combi...

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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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Pulp Biology: A Crash Course

July 17, 2015 5:39 pm Published by

Understanding some basic concepts in pulp biology is imperative for proper diagnosis and treatment planning of endodontic cases.

In this video, Dr. Nasseh reviews some basic, yet important concept in pulp biology/ histology that relate to clinical manifestation of patient symptoms and diagnostic tests performed during patient examination.

This video is important for anyone who manipulates dentin and does endodontic diagnosis.…

Vertical Condensation with BC Sealer!

March 4, 2015 8:52 pm Published by

Dr. Nasseh explains the way to combine the recently released EndoSequence BC GP 150 series and the BC Pellets to do vertical compaction of the gutta percha a la Dr. Schilder but using the modern bioceramic based and hydrophilic BC Sealer.…

Friday Questions: How can you Pre-Bend a Conventional NiTi File?

February 14, 2015 5:27 am Published by

Why do we pre-bend files and how can we pre-bend an austenitic (traditional) NiTi File? Are Martensitic Files (CM Wire or M-Wire Files) better because they can be pre bent? What are their limitations? In this tutorial Dr. Nasseh discusses a trick for pre-bending traditional files, which allows the user to take advantage of the advantages of a sharper cutting edge from an Austenitic file while also having the benefit of prebending you can get from Martensitic files.…