Here is our bonus video in the endodontics series! Make sure you watch the other ones before jumping to this one. Join me as we go through questions just like the ones you will see on the boards exam and see just how much you’ve learned! Thanks for watching!


Russell Williams:

The first question is extremely confusing. Technically the answer should be C and D because those are for apical diagnoses, not pulpal (and therefore they are the least reliable way to get pulpal diagnosis). You then said percussion is the most reliable method, whereas EPT is the least…but again percussion is not for testing pulp vitality so I don’t understand how this makes any sense.

M Batool:

May God Bless you for taking out time and helping others!
Loved it.
Keep up the good work.

Tess Treon:

Dr. Ryan, you are just amazing!! I love all of your videos! Thank you for sharing, Its a big help for a busy person like me. I love you!

J J:

RYAN!!! you the man! I hope you find great continued success with Mental Dental and so do all the students watching these videos

rafat saiyed:

Love your idea of explaining everything relevant so well and being consistent. Thanku so much dr.ryan

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Hi, Ryan! Thank you soooooo much for all the videos! I am binge watching them all, while waiting patiently for all the series to be completed. God bless you!

Luna Anika:

Extremely informative. Thanks a lot. And People who dislikes the video- please skip the video if you guys don’t like it, instead of smashing the DISLIKE button. Let’s appreciate someone’s kind effort for helping people.

Harry Panjeta:

Thank you so much for such an inclusive and short video. Cleared my concepts. Looking forward for more such videos.
Thank you so much


Thank you for this video!
Just a question, why the question number 6 mentions that the answer is a sinus tract? Does it mean that all chronic periradicular abscesses have a sinus tract?