Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : auto transplantation


3D PRINTING IN ENDODONTICS – A NARRATIVE REVIEW

Dr. Kaavya B, Dr. Janani Karunakaran, Dr. Sreelakshmi P.S, Dr. Srinidhi P, Dr.VisshnuVardhini S.R., Dr. ShreeDevi E

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2023, Volume 10, Issue 1, Pages 4635-4645

The development of 3D printing in dentistry has positive impact on the student education and management of dental procedures. Complex surgical and non-surgical endodontic cases are easily planned and treated with the use of 3D-printed guides. 3D printed models help to overcome the challenges faced in endodontics which includes locating root canals, locating osteotomy perforation sites, undesirable root perforation, auto-transplantation, pre-surgical treatment planning, educational modeling in preclinical practices. This review explores the need for 3D printing and the applications of 3D printed objects in teaching and managing endodontic procedures

ORTHODONTIC MANAGEMENT OF MISSING MOLARS

Dr. G.NIDHYA VARSHINI; DR. THAILAVATHY; Dr. M.S. KANNAN

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 1694-1699

Numerous studies have shown that masticatory performance deteriorates as the number of posterior teeth and occlusal surface area decrease. Congenitally missing teeth (CMT), or usually called as hypodontia, is a highly prevalent dental anomaly. Missing molars can also be because of endodontic or periodontal problems. This article reviews the various causes of missing molars and their various treatment options.