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Using Hypochlorite Irrigation Solution in Endodontic Treatment

Dr. Rodrigo Cunha
Endodontist from Winnipeg MA

First introduced as an endodontic irrigant as early as the 1930s, there is no doubt that Sodium Hypochlorite has long been the go-to solution when it comes to managing infection in root canal treatment. But what are the primary variables when it comes to optimizing its use?

In this episode of CDA Oasis Live, Dr. Rodrigo Cunha, Endodontist from Winnipeg, talks to Dr. John O’Keefe, Director of Knowledge Networks CDA, about the use of Sodium Hypochlorite in the treatment of a root canal. Focussing on key factors such as concentration, volume, and activation of the solution, Dr. Cunha shares his best practices and highlights some of the common risks associated with hypochlorite use.

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