How to Solve Complicated Cases and Iatrogenic Errors in a Predictable Way
|Presenter: Dr. Riccardo Tonini||Release Date: 10/17/18|
|Credits: 1 CEU||Reviewed: 2023 Expiration Date: 10/17/26|
|AGD Subject Code: 070|
|CE Supporter: Viva Learning|
Regardless of how skilled you are in endodontic treatment, sooner or later, you’ll have to face iatrogenic damage. It could be your mistake or it could be a mistake by a previous doctor, but in either case, you'll have to find a way to fix the problem. Typical iatrogenic damages are perforations. These are communications between the root canal system and the attachment apparatus that may compromise the prognosis of the tooth. A perforation may occur at various stages of treatment, including access cavity preparation, calcified and curved canal negotiation and during post space preparation.
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