7 ENDODONTICS BOOKS that every specialist must read


The following list of Endodontics books includes literature published since 2000. Professionals in this specialty have to read this collection of books. Pricing and layout are subject to change by sellers on Amazon.




The seventh edition of Ingle's Endodontics is the most recent revision of the text that has been known as the Bible of Endodontics for half a century. This celebratory edition, in two-volumes, continues the tradition of including the work of an international group of authors, contributing new cutting-edge knowledge and updates on topics that have formed the core of this book for years. New chapters reflect the ways in which the field has evolved over the 50 years since its inception. It will continue to be the standard against which all other endodontic texts will be measured.


This book is a compilation of practical information shared by some of the finest clinical endodontists in the world. Most of the chapters are short and focus on how to perform a single clinical procedure. They are written in simple language with ample photographic support. This book provides guidance for most common endodontic procedures but also for some procedures that are less common, such as how to treat teeth containing Russian Red; surgical extrusion; root submergence; and decompression.


Find the latest evidence-based research and clinical treatments! Cohen's Pathways of the Pulp, 11th Edition covers the science, theory, and practice of endondontics with chapters written by internationally renowned experts. Full-color illustrations and detailed radiographs guide you through each step of endodontic care ― from diagnosis and treatment planning to proven techniques for managing pulpal and periapical diseases. New to the print edition are seven new chapters, and the eBook version adds three more.




Written by experts in the field, Microsurgery in Endodontics is an essential resource on endodontic microsurgery, including the most recent advances in microsurgical techniques. Comprehensive in scope, the book's coverage includes microsurgical instruments, case selection, soft tissue management, beveling, root end filling, perforation repair, root amputation, bone grafting, palatal surgery, sinus management, mental nerve management, outcome assessment, post-operative management, and more. 


This book begins with a concise review of the basic science of tissues and then moves into diagnosis, treatment planning, and surgical procedures in endodontics, with an emphasis on the use of enhanced magnification, ultrasonic tips, microinstruments, newer root-end filling materials, and CBCT. Chapters on the maxillary sinus and its relation to surgical endodontics, soft and hard tissue healing, and adjunctive surgical procedures and considerations such as management of procedural accidents, resorption, root amputation, hemisection, replantation, transplantation, crown lengthening, grafting materials, and pharmacology are followed by an assessment of the outcomes of surgical endodontics based on current evidence.


The ten chapters of the volume answer to fundamental questions about this area and the clinician who faces an apical pathology of endodontic origin will therefore have the solutions. The aim of this text/atlas is to provide a guide to the diagnostic approach and to the execution of endodontic retreatments of complex cases. The book is enriched by over 150 clinical cases by world-famous authors of various nationalities and illustrated with a high-quality iconography, expansion boxes and decision-making algorithms that guide the professional in the therapeutic choice.


Microsurgical Endodontics, a term coined by the author himself, is a branch of Endodontics that allows to save dental elements otherwise lost and intended to be replaced with implants. The study of it means adding precious information to your knowledge in endodontics. There are many indications of intervention, always linked to the failure of a previous treatment and may include solutions that, once put into practice, can resolve clinically complicated situations in a single session.



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