Tag Archive: ultrasonics

Continuous Ultrasonic Irrigation CBL 29

May 3, 2018 3:50 am Published by

Conitnuous ultrasonic irrigaiton is an intexpensive and highly effective way of removing micro and macro debris from the canal. Furthermore, it has multiple additional uses for troughing, finding canals, and retreatment. Dr. Nasseh discusses this technology by demonstrating a clinical case of a retreatment.

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Passive or Active Ultrasonic Activation of Irrigation

January 5, 2018 5:43 am Published by

Activation of irrigation can have several forms. Whether you're using sonic, mechanical, 3D Finisher files or ultrasonics you should do something to enhance irrigation, especially in necrotic teeth. B...

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Restorative Endodontics

January 23, 2015 4:20 pm Published by

In this animation made by BrasselerUSA, the concept of Restorative Endodontics and bonded endodontic obturation is discussed.

As a bonus for RWE North American members (USA, Canada only), Brasseler has provided us with a special offer of a free pack of ESX Files for our members. Please follow the link below to fill out a form and see if you qualify for the free ESX Files. This is an independent offer from Brasseler and not part of RealWorldEndo.

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The RWE “Lid Technique” for retrofilling during apicoectomy

December 12, 2014 4:29 am Published by

Saving teeth is the primary goal of all endodontic therapy. However, when conventional, non-surgical root canal therapy does not work and the tooth has good coronal restoration and periodontal conditions, apicoectomy and retrofilling can be considered as a viable way to save teeth that would otherwise be extracted through a single procedure. In this video, Dr. Nasseh explains this procedure and how the modern “Lid Technique” developed by RWE is more efficient and effective than the historical apicoectomy procedure. …

CBL #10: The use of ESX In molars or Advanced Cases

October 17, 2014 7:50 pm Published by

The ESX File is unique in the way that it has different algorithms of use for different kinds of canals. This allows minimum use of files depending on the case at hand and what makes ESX a modular instrumentation technique. 

This is why 2 ESX files can be used as a minimum to complete a Basic Canal and 4-5 ESX files is needed to complete an Advanced canal. 

This differentiation helps practitioners use the minimum number of files in a given case and yet provide responsible, safe instrumentation for their patients. 

In this tutorial Dr. Nasseh demonstrates the use of ESX files and the Advanced protocol  in a mandibular second molar. 

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