A volcanic eruption best characterizes endodontic treatment in recent years. This massive, upward thrust of clinical activity can largely be attributed to general dentists and specialists who are better trained. This evolving story is dependent on...
Clinician Influence & Fractures Swaying Treatment & Radicular Root Fractures
"Whose Job Is It?" starts off the last show of Season 10…Specifically, whose job is it to clean the office? Then, a Tough Question: To what extent does a clinician try to sway treatment a certain way? After that, Ruddle is at the board showing how to manage radicular root fractures. The season concludes with some family time; see a little video of the Ruddle family’s trip to Maui this past summer. Hopefully this will inspire you to create some fabulous family memories this holiday season!!!
Show Content & Timecodes00:41 - INTRO: Whose Job Is It? – Office Cleaning 06:37 - SEGMENT 1: Tough Questions – To What Extent Does a Clinician Try to Sway Treatment? 24:44 - SEGMENT 2: Managing Radicular Root Fractures 42:40 - CLOSE: Maui Family Trip Video
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