In this instalment of the A - Z of Endodontics, Dr Blicher and Dr Pryles will be discussing nonodontogenic pain and explaining how:
- Endodontic diagnosis is the keystone for treatment that follows.
- When diagnosed, endodontic pathosis requires endodontic interventions or extraction. That said, adjunctive factors, like periodontal-endodontic disease, root immaturity, fractures and resorption can complicate the management of endodontic pathosis. Additionally, not all presentations of pain or infection are endodontic in origin.
- This lecture will focus on those atypical toothaches where endodontic management follows a similarly atypical path.
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