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Filling Root Canals in Three Dimensions

Filling Root Canals in Three Dimensions,10.1016/j.joen.2006.02.007,Journal of Endodontics,Herbert Schilder

Filling Root Canals in Three Dimensions   (Citations: 197)
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Journal: Journal of Endodontics - J ENDODONT , vol. 32, no. 4, pp. 281-290, 2006
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    • ...Since Schilder [6] introduced the warm vertical condensation technique, a number of clinical placement techniques involving warm gutta-percha have been developed [7, 8]. In recent years, a number of manufacturers have formulated gutta-perchas, specifically for warm techniques [9]...

    Maurizio Ferranteet al. Thermal analysis of commercial gutta-percha

    • ...The conventional endodontic procedure is time consuming and prone to human error [4], [5], [6]...
    • ...Controlling the endodontic procedure with the help of a robotic device will reduce the physical stress on the operator [7], [6], [8], [9]...

    Tauseef Gulrezet al. Visual guided robotic endodontic therapeutic system

    • ...Epley et al (1) and Schilder (8) suggested that the ideal root canal obturating material should be well-adapted to the canal walls and its irregularities and that the entire length of the canal be densely compacted with a homogeneous mass of gutta-percha...

    Mohammad Hammadet al. Evaluation of Root Canal Obturation: A Three-dimensional In Vitro Stud...

    • ...Approximately 15 human extracted multi-rooted posterior teeth were used in this investigation with no or minimum curvature (<12°) [24]...

    Nova Hambersom Minaset al. In vitro preliminary study to evaluate the capability of Er,Cr:YSGG la...

    • ...In his classic contribution to the 1967 edition of Dental Clinics of North America on ‘Filling Root Canals in Three Dimensions,’ Professor Herbert Schilder defined the distinction between overfilling and underfilling, and overextension and underextension (17)...
    • ...Dr. Schilder argued that the final test of a root canal filling was its capacity to seal off the root canal system from the periradicular tissues and that the ultimate compatibility of our materials would not affect the healing process in the event of an overfill (17) (Figs...

    ALAN H. GLUSKIN. Anatomy of an overfill: a reflection on the process

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