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Present status and future directions in clinical Endodontics, Part 1
Issue Edited by: Paul Dummer
Pages: 561 | First Published: 05 May 2022
Pages: 391 | First Published:13 April 2022
The ESE observes the escalating conflict in Ukraine with growing concern. While we remain an apolitical, neutral organisation representing healthcare professionals, researchers, educators, students and members of the public across Europe and beyond, we abhor and condemn the use of violence and see no place for it in settling disputes of any kind in a civilised society.
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The ESE is delighted to announce its Corporate Partnership with leading endodontic manufacturer and distributor, COLTENE. This exciting initiative represents the culmination of many months of planning and negotiation and will support the ESE in providing the resources and stability to strengthen its development in coming years.
The ESE is delighted to announce its Corporate Partnership with leading endodontic manufacturer, Woodpecker. This exciting initiative represents the culmination of many months of planning and negotiation and will support the ESE in providing the resources and stability to strengthen its development in coming years.
Patients reported different psycho-social and physical impacts following endodontic retreatment and apical surgery. Patients undergoing endodontic retreatment were more satisfied with aesthetic outcomes but experienced greater impact related to complexities and length of time taken for treatment. Patients undergoing surgery were better informed of treatment options but experienced greater physical and psycho-social disability during the recovery phase. Clinicians could consider incorporating findings from this study into the patient–dentist discussion.
The technical execution of root canal treatment procedures demands a thorough understanding and knowledge of root and canal anatomy. Over the decades, and with the aid of various research methods such as staining and clearing, 2D radiographic imaging, sectioning procedures, cone beam computed tomography and micro-computed tomography, many laboratory and clinical studies have been undertaken to understand the root and canal anatomy of the human dentition. This has resulted in a tremendous increase in the body of knowledge with a wide range of qualitative and quantitative presentations of the root and canal anatomy. This review aims to provide a critical analysis for the laboratory and clinical research methods in root and canal anatomy studies. In addition, it aims to identify existing gaps and present insights for directions of future research and ways for translation to clinical endodontics.
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