|Presenter: Dr. Douglas Ness|
|Credits: 1 CEU||Release Date: 9/22/21|
|CE Supporter: J. MORITA USA||Expiration Date: 9/22/24|
Root canal therapy, for many of us GPs, is one of our least favorite procedures that we do in the office. It is seen as a tedious, stressful and very meticulous procedure, fraught with technical perils that are difficult to recover from. So much so, that many of us automatically refer out all but the simplest of cases. This can drive thousands of dollars per year out of the dentist’s practice that could be kept in house. Some of us, on the other hand, acquire the latest technology in endo, with the hope that the newest ‘gadget’ will be the key to making endo easy in your hands, so they can keep more cases ‘in the office’. Both ends of this ‘endo spectrum’ lead to clinical disappointment or frustration and financial loss.
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