Special Issue "Innovative Techniques in Endodontics"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 July 2023) | Viewed by 57921
Interests: endodontics; restorative dentistry; oral surgery; dental implantology; prosthetics
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It is a pleasure for me to introduce this Special Issue in the field of endodontics. Researchers are invited to submit their works.
Endodontics can be considered one of the most challenging disciplines in the field of dentistry: Experiencing difficulties during root canal treatment is common, and the breakage of an instrument, the missing of a canal, and the presence of any sort of obstacle interfering with the progression to the apex could lead to failure of the treatment.
Today, many innovations have been made in endodontics, from the intrinsic quality of the modern endodontic instruments which are more resistant to fracture, more flexible and efficient, to the production of even more safe torque-controlled motors with revolutionary kinematics that can avoid cyclical and torsional failure of the instruments.
This Special Issue is focused on innovating strategies for the diagnosis and clinical approach to the endodontic patient, including three-dimensional assessment of the pathologic conditions and the anatomical aspects of the endodontic space, and the development of new types of instrument and usage, with particular reference to thermal treatment and geometrical designs.
The definition of innovative strategies to approach the root canal system also includes computer-aided endodontics, with the development of specific software that could help clinicians to reach their goals and avoid iatrogenic damage to the important structures of the tooth.
Original articles, case reports, and reviews in the field of endodontics, which aim to enrich scientific knowledge and help not only clinicians, but also researchers involved in the development of new alloys, instruments, motors, and medicaments, are warmly welcome.
Prof. Dr. Luca Testarelli
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- Regenerative endodontics;
- Restorative dentistry;
- Endodontic radiology;
- Endodontic instrumentarium;
- Endodontic anatomy;
- Software-guided endodontics;
- Cone beam computed tomography;
- Nuclear magnetic resonance;
- Endodontic irrigants;
- Endodontic medicaments;
- Root canal treatment;
- Cyclic fatigue investigation;
- Torque investigation;
- Endodontic motors;
- Apex locators;
- Fractured instrument removal;
- Endodontic retreatment