Special Issue "Diagnostics in Endodontics"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 June 2023) | Viewed by 603
Interests: regenerative endodontics; endodontics diagnostics; endodontic retreatment; outcome; apical microsurgery; histology
2. Center for Innovation and Research in Oral Sciences (CIROS), Faculty of Medicine, University of Coimbra, 3000-075 Coimbra, Portugal
Interests: biomaterials; endodontics filers; endodontics; regenerative tissue; apexification; apical papilla; stem cells; calcium-silicate-based cements; cyclic fatigue resistance; dental materials; modified adhesives; bioactive materials; dental composites; mineral trioxide aggregate; nanotechnology; regenerative endodontics procedures; revascularization/revitalization
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Dentistry is a discipline among life sciences in which technological advancements have shown pioneering and remarkable impacts on patient care in the last 20 years. However, all of these advancements and technology are mostly related to treatment parameters, and not much has changed in terms of endodontic diagnosis.
An endodontic diagnosis is similar to a jigsaw puzzle in that it cannot be made from a single isolated piece of information. Furthermore, and even with the use of CBCT, diagnoses of endodontic infections re still based on unreliable clinical tests and subjective radiographic interpretation. Possible identification of inflammatory blood markers specific for endodontic infections or the use of new techniques can help us by providing an additional piece of the puzzle. Only with correct assessment of each particular case can evidence-based treatment options be offered to patients.
This Special Issue welcomes original clinical research and observational studies as well as high-quality case reports and reviews dealing with diagnostic topics.
We look forward to receiving your submissions.
Dr. João F. Brochado Martins
Prof. Dr. Paulo J. Palma
Manuscript Submission Information
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