In 2002, following the completion of his Air Force commitment, Dr. Nudera returned to Chicago. He worked as a independently contracted general dentist for three additional years while pursuing an education in Endodontics at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Dr. Nudera completed his Endodontic training in 2005 earning his Endodontic specialty certificate as well as a Masters Degree in Oral Sciences.
Dr. Nudera is a Diplomate of the American Board of Endodontics. He has been published in the Journal of Endodontics for his work with Triclosan and it’s efficiency against Endodontic pathogens. Dr. Nudera currently maintains a full time private practice limited to Endodontics in Bloomingdale, Il, as well as two satellite practices within a general dental group on the South East Side of Chicago and Calumet City, Il. Dr. Nudera has been appointed as an Advocate for Dentsply Tulsa Dental Specialists and maintains a position as one of their Key Opinion Leaders in the field of Endodontics.
|Date||Category||Faculty Member||Webinar Title|
|03.04.20||Endodontics||William Nudera||Getting There is the Hardest Part: Tips, Tricks & Techniques Used to Achieve Length|
Getting There is the Hardest Part: Tips, Tricks & Techniques Used to Achieve Length
There is no doubt that initial canal negotiation is one of the most challenging aspects of root canal treatment; but when the file fails to achieve length, both the treatment outcome and clinical expectations fall short. Understanding why this occurs becomes just as important as understanding how to overcome this challenge. This presentation is designed to help the clinician understand a systematic approach to canal negotiation as well as troubleshooting techniques used to achieve patency and establish predictable working lengths.
Upon completion of this presentation the clinician will have a better understanding of:
Root canal treatment is a compounding treatment process. One step builds upon the next. Initial canal negotiation and establishing proper working length is critical for all other aspect of endodontic treatment as well as a predictive value with respect to overall treatment success. Understanding what it takes to get to length will give the clinician the best chance of establishing a favorable long-term outcome.