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My esteemed colleague Dr. Brett Gilbert of Access Endo interviewed me for his Endo Files. Brett and I used to be opposed to each other–because before we met the endodontic royalty asked us to debate each other at a conference about key topics in endodontics.
We battled, then realized we like each other’s approach and that we share a lot personally and professionally. Now we want to be collaborators.
Interview topics include:
– Dental missions, giving back
– Mentoring is important, thank you Dr. Stephanie Sidow
– Reid was bad but made extraordinary commitment to be real good
– Don’t be bored unless it’s a surf board
– 4 Quarters of the Root Canal Game playbook
– Why Reid excites factory representatives
– Getting out of the comfort zone
– Staring at a canal
– Access, obturation, patency, lunch
– Puff Daddys
– Cutting the cord
– Brett sees freedom on the other side of fear
– Misdiagnosis and making diagnosis fun
– A magic wand
– The need for continuous endo study
– How to study endo
Enjoy the interview. Thank you Dr. Brett Gilbert!
Happy Endo My Friends,
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.
- Why do I need to use Calcium Hydroxide? Why not just
leave the canal dry?
- What if some Ca(OH)2 is left on the canal walls and you obturate?
- Can Ca(OH)2 block you out on the 2nd visit?
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,