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Traumatic Pulp Exposures: A Quick Review

By Dr. Joseph Stern Introduction: There are many important questions to consider prior to treating a traumatic pulpal exposure (see table 1). How long has the exposure been present? The…

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How Can We Provide Higher Quality Endodontic Treatment for Our Pediatric Patients?

By Su-Min Lee, DDS, MS, DScD Pediatric patients have a greater risk of dental caries and a higher incidence of dental trauma. According to a recent systematic review and meta-analysis,…

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Save a Tooth, Maybe Save a Life

By David Landwehr, D.D.S., M.S. “Your natural teeth are worth saving.  See an endodontist today.” So reads the banner headline on the front page of the AAE website.  As a…

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Pain Control

By Paul A. Rosenberg, D.D.S. Endodontic pain is multifaceted. Its consideration is critical for clinicians and their patients. In the past, pain was considered synonymous with Endodontic treatment. This is…

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Fundamentals of Restorability

By Gabriella Blazquez At the heart of endodontics is a passion for saving restorable teeth which can be maintained as a part of a healthy dentition. By reviewing the key…

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EndoSpeak for the Layperson: Answering the Tough Questions

By Joseph C. Stern, D.D.S. “But Doctor, isn’t that a dead tooth?” We often hear patients comment that a root canaled tooth is a “dead tooth.”  Is this true?  What…

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