Automated Endo

A Quick How-To-Do-It Guide to Automated Endo Using the Fine-Cut Endo Contra-Angle and The Multi_Mode Cartridge Endo Syringe With Dr. Jack's Automated Endo Technique

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Syringe Endodontics

  1. Why Change Endo Systems?
  2. Proper Preparation
  3. Physics of Fluid Flow
  4. Control of Flow
  5. Available Syringes
  6. Milton Syringe and Concept
  7. Pictures of Various Syringes

Endo Contra Angles

  1. Oscillation vs. Waggling
    • Proper Use of Oscillation
    • Proper Use of Sonic Oscillation
  2. Rotation (Rotary NiTi)
  3. Rotational Oscillation(Giromatic)
  4. Combined Linear and Rotary Oscillation (Kerr, EndoTechnics)
  5. The STS(Successor To Sonics) System
  6. The Fine Cut Endo Handpiece System

    Endo File Design Factors

  7. Rake Angles and their effect on File Design(an essay)
  8. A Photo Demo of Rake Angles and Their Effect on the Smeared Layer
  9. Helical Angles
  10. The Beta Factor
  11. The Morse Taper
  12. Safe Tip vs. Cutting Tip
  13. Included Tip Angle
  14. Trig and Engineering In Blade Design
    1. Interflute Distance
    2. Circumference is Diameter Times Pi
    3. Length of Blade
    4. Calculating Helical Angle
    5. Helical Angles in Conical Instruments
    6. Fine-Cut Helicals
    7. Standard Hedstrom Helicals
    8. Fine-Cut Helical Schematic
  15. Canal Instruments and Instrumentation
    1. Reaming(Rotary Filing)
    2. Boring
    3. Rasping
    4. Broaching
    5. PQTP
    6. Standard Dental School Variety
  16. Circumferential Filing
    1. "V" Filing and "X" Filing
  17. Probing (Two Concepts)
    1. What causes secondary(reparative) dentin?
    2. Lump Avoidance Probing
    3. Lump Compression Probing
    4. Curving A File
  18. Washed Field In Endo
  19. Major Preparation Objectives
  20. An Essay on Puffery
  21. Sealing Methods Currently In Use
    1. Lateral Condensation
    2. Master Cone
    3. Vertical Condensation (Segmented Cone)
    4. Warm Gutta Percha
    5. Chlora Percha
    6. McSpadden Compactor
    7. Gutta Percha Guns
    8. Gutta-percha-on-a-stick Systems
    9. Silver and Titanium Points
    10. Fitted Point
    11. Segmented Point
    12. Hygienic Success-fil
    13. Cement Techniques
      1. Lentulo Spirals
      2. Cement Sealer-Fillers with Syringe
  22. Two Main Syringe Methods
    1. Pressure Filling
    2. Passive Filling
  23. Sealing Materials

  24. Properties of Sealers

  25. PCA Root Canal Sealer
  26. Tissue Compatibility
    1. Zinc Oxide Eugenol Sealers
    2. Gutta Percha with Zinc Oxide Eugenol Sealers
    3. Ingredients that affect Toxicity
    4. Mixing ZOE Properly
  27. Contents of PCA
  28. Advantages of Cements
  29. Three Current Theories Concerning Treatment of the Apex
    1. Theory One
    2. Theory Two
    3. Theory Three

  30. Filling with Syringes
  31. Passive Filling With The Controlled Pressure Technique
  32. Four Sections of the Parabolic Funnel Prep
  33. The Sealing And Filling Process
  34. Parabolic Funnel Preparation Instrumentation and Technique
  35. Instrument Design: Positive and Negative Rake Angles
  36. Ground Instruments
  37. How to Distinguish Ground From Twisted
  38. Why Files Break
  39. A discussion of Apical Length Determination
  40. How to handle curved canals
  41. PDL Used with Stabident System