Minimally Invasive Endodontics using TruNatomy System
In recent years we have heard a lot about minimally invasive Endodontics. The common point is the conservation of tissues, preferably preventing the disease and intercepting its progress, but also removing it with the least possible tissue loss. Today preparation of the root canal and its final shape, that is the corner stone for adequate cleaning and three dimensional obturation, can be managed in a minimally invasive way thanks to modern Nickel Titanium mechanical endodontic intruments, newalloys, design and sequences that improve safety and efficiency in saving tooth structure when shaping canals.
During the lecture will be explained the rational on how to use these instruments and will be shown a predictable and reproducible protocol to achieve the goal of being effective in an easy way.