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Endodontics. Quality Guidelines. Endo Procedures.

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 This page aims to reiterate the guidelines set by the European Society of Endodontology for standards in endodontics.
It discusses appropriate treatments for reversibly damaged pulps, such as indirect and direct pulp capping.
. It discusses appropriate treatments and standards for irreversibly damaged pulps, such as pulp amputation (pulpotomy), pulpectomy, and root canal treatment.
It gives guidelines for post-operative assessment of root canal treatment, including frequency of radiography.

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