Tag Archive: Restoration

Quick Tip: Filling Endo Access Through Crowns

June 30, 2017 3:34 am Published by

During the privious Quick Tip, a yellow ring was discovered around the old access opening. Dr. Nasseh discusses some ideas about why this happened and how it can be avoided....

To login use the link below:

VLog: Q&A Coronal Leakage, Painless shots, & Burning Man!

September 16, 2015 11:05 pm Published by

The past two Friday Questions brought up some questions that Dr. Nasseh attempts to address in this informal video log.

Regarding some personal questions about Dr. Nasseh we have attached a recent article in the Journal of Endodontic Practice where he was featured in the Practice Profile interview section. You can download the PDF attachement below!

Is coronal leakage important? (Friday Questions)

August 29, 2015 4:46 am Published by

Coronal leakage is the main cause of long term root canal recontaminations. Studies have demonstrated that the quality of the coronal seal is as important, or even possibly more important than the quality of the root canal fill. In this short tutorial Dr. Nasseh discusses some concepts about the importance of quality restorations that help reduce coronal leakage in the long run.…

What is EndoRestorativeā„¢ or Restorative Endodontics?

August 19, 2014 4:07 am Published by

As a result of BioCeramic based intracanal bonding and bonded endodontic obturation, the concept of EndoRestorativeā„¢ is born that emphasizes a minimally invasive root canal preparation that maximizes the benefits of today’s modern technology. Therefore, a totally bonded Endodontically obturated root canal and bonded post/core/crown complete the circle of bonding dentin and improved strength and case outcomes through removing only the infected dentin vs. that which was removed historically only to faciliate gutta percha compaction vertically or laterally.…