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Conservative Endodontic Instrumentation Using Reciprocating Motion 
Presenter: Dr. Ali Nasseh Release Date: 12/23/20
Credits: 1 CEU, Free Self-Study Expiration Date: 12/23/23
   

In this CE webinar, Dr. Nasseh will discuss and demonstrate the difference between conventional rotation motion, reciprocation motion, and the recently developed Optimized Torque Reduction motion for root canal instrumentation by describing a conservative reciprocation approach that allows safe and efficient root canal instrumentation without excessive removal of coronal dentin. In addition, the efficient obturation of the prepared shape using BioCeramics technology will be discussed and demonstrated.

After viewing this CE webinar the participants will
• have a better understanding of the difference between root canals instrumentation motions such as rotation and reciprocation and describe their clinical indications
• be able to differentiate single file vs. two file minimum reciprocation concepts in various instrumentation techniques
• Become familiar with efficient obturation of the canals that have been instrumented with a conservative and minimally invasive reciprocation technique   ( disclaimer , ADA CERP Statement )

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