Reid wrote an article for Dentaltown about how he prefers warm vertical obturation over single cone, which reduces postoperative problems and makes Reid and his patients happy.
Though it appears to be a simple, calcium hydroxide application can be tricky. In my Learning Lessons Case #4, I provide perspective on some of your common CA(OH)2 questions:
- What type of calcium hydroxide should I use? Why?
- How should I best apply calcium hydroxide?
- What do I say to a patient?
- What should I avoid?
Click on the image below for a seven-page lesson on using calcium hydroxide.
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,