Issue 2/2021

In this issue you find the following Subjects:

  • CBCT in surgical endodontics – a must-have?!
  • Root canal irrigation: How much activation is necessary?
  • Calcium silicate-based sealers: The end of thermoplastic obturation?
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table of contents (2/2021)

Clinical Snapshots

  • The deglutition act/swallowing reflex

    Translation from German: Cristian Miron Citation: Behr M, Fanghänel J: The deglutition act/swallowing reflex. Dtsch Zahnärztl Z Int 2021; 3: 50–53 DOI.org/10.3238/dzz-int.2021.0006 Question: What is the importance...

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Original Articles

  • CBCT in surgical endodontics – a must-have?!

    Abstract: 3D diagnostics – i.e. CBCT – has become indispensable in endodontic and endosurgical diagnostics, treatment and control (follow-up) and has become a real “gamechanger” not only for experienced colleagues and...

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  • Root canal irrigation: How much activation is necessary?

    Introduction: Current systems for activating irrigation solutions mainly use sound, ultrasound or laser. The simple form of manual dynamic activation must be differentiated. Methods: In comparison to the conventional...

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Review

  • Calcium silicate-based sealers: The end of thermoplastic obturation?

    Abstract: All obturation techniques require a certain amount of root canal sealers in order to fill small irregularities along the canal wall. Epoxy resin-based sealers have been the gold standard to date. A more...

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  • Scientific Communication of the German Society of Endodontology and Dental Traumatology

    Is pulpotomy a valid treatment option for irreversible pulpitis?

    Summary: Based on the current state of knowledge, vital pulp treatment on teeth with deep carious lesions is indicated only in vital teeth which are asymptomatic, or at the most, show symptoms of reversible...

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