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"Guía clínica práctica para el tratamiento dental endodóntico"

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E-mail: Od. Marcelo Alberto Iruretagoyena

Índice de Contenidos


* Guía clínica para el tratamiento dental en tiempos de Covid 19
* Diagnóstico pulpar y orientación del tratamiento
* Importancia de la radiografía periapical
* ¿La micro-odontología, llegó para quedarse?

Prueba clínica del microscopio dental Meco 5P Led de  Newton S.R.L.


Apertura y conformación del acceso al conducto

* Apertura y localización de conductos en incisivos y caninos
* Apertura y localización de conductos en premolares
* Apertura y localización de los conductos en molares

Errores comunes durante la apertura

* Localizador de ápice electrónico

Irrigantes para el tratamiento endodóntico


Instrumentos manuales: limas K

* Instrumentación manual del conducto radicular

Instrumentación mecanizada en endodoncia

* Secado del conducto radicular
* Obturación del conducto radicular

Endodoncia en una sola cita


Remoción del instrumental endodóntico fracturado en la luz del conducto

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Dirección: Od. Marcelo Alberto Iruretagoyena

Wilde Provincia de Buenos Aires. Argentina

 Revisado: JUNIO 2020