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Matrix, Wedge and Teflon

Matrix, Wedge and Teflon

Sometimes to improve the matrix fitting on the cervical margin we have to use teflon and we put teflon between the wedge and the matrix. Moreover to simplify the access on the second cavity class we can put the matrix-ring after to put the composite inside of the cavity. Video thanks to dr Salvatore Scolavino.

RCT with Borate and SAF

RCT with Borate and SAF

In this video dr Maciej Czerwiński presents a case of RCT with initial shaping with Biorace and final with SAF system. Video thanks to dr Maciej Czerwiński.



In that video dr Salvatore Scolavino shows a clinical case of direct restoration using bulkfill and stain brown with sandwich technique in a first class cavity. Video thanks to dr Salvatore Scolavino.

Bonding HYRAX

Bonding HYRAX

In this video dr Amr Asker shows how to put Hyrax expander in the maxilla. Video thanks to dr Amr Asker.

Implant Microsurgery: Immediate Implants and Provisionals Lower Cuspid and Lateral

Implant Microsurgery: Immediate Implants and...

This patient had two teeth that needed to be removed. In this case we were able to replace them at the same appointment.

Safe Extraction of an Impacted Open Safety Pin from the Esophagus

Safe Extraction of an Impacted Open Safety...

 Safe Extraction of an Impacted Open Safety Pin from the Esophagus: Dr. Deore Jayyavant. Foreign body ingestion is a common problem in children. An infrequent ingested item is an open safety pin (SP), which may become lodged in the esophagus and presents the endoscopist a challenge to his surgical judgment and technical skills. Cap was prepared from 8 no endotracheal tube by cutting it's distal end and is attached to tip of OGD Scope i.e. Cap attached OGD Scope. Plain neck, chest radiograph revealed the presence of an open safety pin (sp) impacted at the upper third of esophagus pointing upwards Esophagoscopy was successfully carried out with a Flexible gastroscope with our attachment to the endoscopic tip as shown The child was intubated under general anesthesia. Esophagoscopy showed a normal esophageal wall. Only the clasp of the sp was visible, whereas the sharp point of it had pierced the oesophgeal mucosa. Sharp point of safety pin was impossible to be grasped, as it seemed to be stuck into the esophageal mucosa. Therefore the safety pin was slightly pushed downwards. Sharp point of safety pin entered into the cap as we pushed the safety pin downwards. Sharp point of safety pin held with rat tooth forceps and removed safely without causing any trauma to mucasa of oesophagus. The child was discharged on 2nd postoperative day. The recovery was uneventful. Aim of my presentation is that this is my innovation.

Removal of an Impacted Foreign Body from the Esophagus

Removal of an Impacted Foreign Body from the...

Removal of an Impacted Foreign Body from the Esophagus - Dr. Jayavant Deore

Robot-Assisted Radical Cystectomy

Robot-Assisted Radical Cystectomy

 In this video robot-assisted radical cystectomy is performed by Magnus Annerstedt.

Laparoscopic Umbilical Hernia Mesh Repair (IPOM Plus)

Laparoscopic Umbilical Hernia Mesh Repair (IPOM...

66 years male presented with umbilical hernia. He underwent Laparoscopic Umbilical Hernia mesh repair (IPOM Plus). Video edited by : Dr. Nadeem Mushtaque Ahmed, FNB Minimal Access Surgery, Apollo Hospital, Chennai


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