Where can narrow implants be used, and are they reliable?

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Do root canals cause cancer? How to have an intelligent talk with patients

A recent documentary on Netflix, Root Cause, is causing a stir. It's hard to believe, but "Do root canals cause cancer?" is a genuine question many patients are asking after seeing the documentary, which makes a case for endodontic therapy being linked to an increase in cancer rates. Dr. Omar Ikram and I have written a brief article that will attempt to debunk the accusations made in the documentary on three levels, so you can begin to have an intelligent conversation with your patients.

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Insider's Look: A Presentation at the AO Annual Meeting

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Are narrow implants a reliable solution?

Can narrow implants be used in the posterior maxillary and mandibular regions to replace premolars and molars? Can they eliminate the need for grafting in certain circumstances? Drs. Patrick Palacci and Giulia Mancardi examine the literature to determine exactly where narrow implants can be used and if they are a predictable treatment option.

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