Off the couch, pillows!
RCBC is a collaboration with our valued partner Dentsply Sirona.
Dentistry Today featured my article The Ultimate Root Canal Playbook: Part 1. Please take a look as it offers a good summary of the Four Quarters of the Root Canal Game, which is the basis for RootCanalAcademy.com Resident Membership with over 100 technique videos and many other ways to learn. In the Playbook, I’ve organized the often-confusing root canal procedures into an easy-to-access and fun system. I want you to make every move with confidence.
Root Canal Academy has a Free Library where you can see more! Sign up here. Also, we are proud of our endodontic publications as additional ways to learn. Please see our core RCT and RETX textbooks plus our new and growing Learning Lessons quick reference guides. We offer many ways to learn to meet you where you are, with what we know you’ll need.
Let’s add new dimensions to your practice! I’m here to help you learn.
Our last post was a primer ‘Using Calcium Hydroxide,’ as part of our preview of the forthcoming publication of Learning Lessons. In this post, we present Case #5 ‘Removing Calcium Hydroxide.’ I get these questions about removing Ca(OH)2.
Here are answers and procedure tips in my Learning Lessons Case #5:
This is another sneak peak at a forthcoming series of Learning Lessons books to be available soon through RootCanalAcademy.com. See other lesson samples in this blog.
Happy endo my friends,
Everyday, all day, we deal with patients. Some are easy, some are grumpy and some just are downright difficult. In our patient communication series we continue discussing how to effectively talk to the patient.
In these videos I discuss:
What do you say to a patient who has an apical lesion but doesn’t have any pain and does not want treatment? Try this little trick and see what happens.
What do you say to a patient regarding the success rate of endodontic treatment? Clear communication can alleviate later problems if the endodontic treatment fails.