Microsurgical Endodontics, a term coined by the author himself, is a branch of Endodontics that allows to save dental elements otherwise lost and intended to be replaced with implants.
The study of it means adding precious information to your knowledge in endodontics.
There are many indications of intervention, always linked to the failure of a previous treatment and may include solutions that, once put into practice, can resolve clinically complicated situations in a single session.
Why Microsurgical Endodontics?
Diagnosis and Treatment Plan
The Surgical Operating Microscope
Anatomic Considerations and Danger Zones
Soft Tissue Management
Hard Tissue Management
The Cortical Window
Ultrasonic root-end Preparation
207 Root-End Filling Materials
The Use of Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) in Microsurgical Endodontics