Anatomical Issues Related to Endodontics
Anatomical issues play a very crucial role in the everyday practice of endodontics. Rather than be a subject to be endured and soon forgotten in dental school, an understanding of anatomy is critical to the endodontist, both in reaching the proper diagnosis and then in executing the proper techniques to reach the most successful outcomes.
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