Successful root canal treatment requires management of the bacterial infection within the root canal space and protection of residual tooth structure with direct/indirect restorations. Long-term success depends upon prevention of re-infection of the root canal space as well as ensuring favorable distribution of the occlusal forces throughout the residual tooth structure. Appropriate planning and design of the final restoration prior to initiating root canal treatment is paramount in achieving this objective. This article describes simultaneous restorability assessment and access cavity preparation to optimize outcome of both endodontic and prosthodontic treatment of the endodontically involved tooth.
|Number of pages||6|
|Publication status||Published - 16 Dec 2016|
Quilligan, G., McKenna, G., & Allen, P. F. (2016). The Restorability Assessment and Endodontic Access Cavity Interface. Dental Update, 43(10), 933-938. http://dental-update.co.uk/articleMatchListArticle.asp?aKey=1606