The Endo Crown

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Our patient needs a molar root canal.  Why not complete the root canal AND the post-crown in one visit?  This video shows you how to manage prep geometry, milling parameters and workflow for the single visit root canal / endo crown procedure using Planmeca CADCAM.

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Alex Touchstone, DDS, is a recognized pioneer in chairside dental CAD/CAM technology — and one of the most sought-after educators in digital dentistry. He is the founder of LearnDigitalDentistry.com (formerly CADCAMCan.com) which provides interactive online training courses with CE for dental professionals all over the world. He holds several U.S. and international patents, and also shares his ideas through lectures and hands-on courses. Dr Touchstone practices dentistry at Touchstone Dentistry in Hattiesburg, MS.

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The Endo Crown

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    Our patient needs a molar root canal.  Why not complete the root canal AND the post-crown in one visit?  This video shows you how to manage prep geometry, milling parameters and workflow for the single visit root canal / endo crown procedure using Planmeca CADCAM.

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    Alex Touchstone
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    I would like to clarify one “detail” I presented in the video – the recommendation I made to mill the post-crown in detailed mode using a C14 e.max block. SOS strongly recommends against doing this because there is a risk for breakage of the detailed milling bur. My experience is that I have not had ANY burs break. However, we do keep our mill in pristine clean condition and I change out my burs when they reach a wear level of the last green bar.


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