By Dr. Barry H. Korzen | Posted May 18, 2015
Both the need for correct diagnosis in order to establish a viable treatment plan and the suggestion that when faced with a diagnostic conundrum, reaching out to fellow practitioners will often help solve the mystery at hand are discussed.
By Dr. Valery Baev | Posted February 7, 2014
All the pertinent pieces of the diagnostic puzzle must be in place before conclusions and a treatment plan can be decided upon. In this case deep caries and a radiographic lesion, which are commonly associated with pulp disease, were offset by clinical tests that were within the range of normal.
The use of limited cone beam computed tomography in the diagnosis and management of invasive cervical resorption.
By Dr Emanuele Ambu | Posted October 16, 2013
The differential diagnosis between invasive cervical resorption and internal root resorption is often very difficult using conventional radiographs. Two cases are presented that describe the use of CBCT in the diagnosis and treatment planning of ICR.
By Dr Ken Serota | Posted April 11, 2013
While NOT a true case study in the classical sense, it is nonetheless a reminder that every case begins with a thorough and extensive knowledge of the root canal anatomy. The root canal space has been codified by insurance needs into “n” canals and in many cases, consultants […]