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Clinical cases by Dr. Siju Jacob, Endodontist Dubai & Bangalore | Root canal treatment specialist Dubai & Bangalore


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Dr. Siju Jacob is a regular contributor to various international clinical forums.Here are some sample cases treated by Dr. Siju Jacob.
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5-canalled upper molar

5-canalled upper molar

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Broken instrument retrieval

Broken instrument retrieval

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Calcified incisor

Calcified incisor

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Calcified canal and broken instrument

Calcified canal and broken instrument

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Calcified lower molar

Calcified lower molar

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Deep split

Deep split

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Dens invaginatus

Dens invaginatus

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Fiber glass post removal and re-treatment

Fiber glass post removal and re-treatment

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Healing of large per-apical lesion

Healing of large per-apical lesion

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Lower molar Re-treatment with perforation

Lower molar Re-treatment with perforation

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Lower second molar 3-2-1

Lower second molar 3-2-1

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Mandibular molar Re-treatment

Mandibular molar Re-treatment

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Missed distal root

Missed distal root

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Molar with Perforation

Molar with Perforation

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MTA repair of open apex

MTA repair of open apex

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Pack and Whack case

Pack and Whack case

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Re-treatment of mandibular molar with lesion

Re-treatment of mandibular molar with lesion

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Triple canalled mandibular premolar

Triple canalled mandibular premolar

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Two-canalled Mandibualr premolar

Two-canalled Mandibualr premolar

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Tip for apex locator usage

Tip for apex locator usage

Dr. Siju has written numerous clinical articles in Endodontics. He has also contributed to several textbooks and educational websites. Here are some articles written by Dr. Siju.

Clinical management of teeth with incomplete root formation

Teeth with incomplete root formation (commonly referred to as open apices) pose several clinical challenges and require altered clinical protocol compared to routine endodontic cases.

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Mandibular incisors

Mandibular incisors may have one or two canals. The incidence of two canals can be as high as 42%. Despite the reported high incidence of two canals in Mandibular incisors, most clinicians, when questioned, admit that the discovery of a second canal is rare in clinical practice.

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Middle mesial canal

Failure to recognise and treat aberrant canal anatomy can affect the prognosis of endodontic therapy. This case report shows a variation in conventional anatomy in mandibular first molars.

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Perforation repair

Perforations of the crown and root are iatrogenic errors that may occur occasionally during Endodontic therapy. This article presents two case reports of perforations and their clinical management.

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Single visit endodontics

For decades, this topic has triggered many a battle royale pitting practitioners against academicians, juniors against seniors and not to mention Endodontists against Endodontists.

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Two-rooted mandibular premolars

Mandibular premolars may present with wide morphological variations. The most common clinical scenario is that of a single canal. Variations include two or three canals. Presence of more than one canal in mandibular premolars might require altered clinical protocols.

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Current trends in cleaning and shaping

There are differences in opinion among Endodontists around the world regarding various aspects of Endodontics. However, if there was one statement that Endodontists around the globe would agree upon, it is this...

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Root Canal Irrigation

Irrigation is probably the most underrated procedure in Endodontic therapy. While most articles or presentations spend a great deal of time on shaping procedures, not much emphasis is given for irrigation.

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