Endodontics | Pulpal and Periapical Diagnoses | NBDE Part II

In this video, we cover the official pulpal and periapical diagnosis classifications of the AAE. Thanks for watching!

Comments:

Jes:

dental students in this generation are so lucky. there’s no way they will fail the boards. God bless you mental dental!

GABRIELLE HONRUBIA:

You’re literally saving our dental online classes <3

Sanj p:

Pulp and periappical diseases have always confused me no much, thank you so much for explaining it so well. loving all your lectures <3

Kevin Clive:

Just a quick note to let you know that you are a legend and a HERO Ryan! Thank you for all of the work you put into these videos. You are awesome!

2legit2hit:

These are explained so well and these similar sounding pathologies are simplified for high yield content. Really helpful. Thank you this!

Dr_Pureness:

Thank you for posting a great lecture. Please add ‘previously initiated,’ ‘ previously treated’ to pulpal diagnosis, and ‘condensing osteitis’ to periapical diagnosis.

Anmol Dixit:

Great video! I watch your videos even after clearing my boards , just to keep refining my concepts. Thanks Dr Ryan !

Urvi Mehta:

Hey Dr. Ryan, thanks for the wonderful video. I had a question regarding EPT. Is it contraindicated in recently erupted primary teeth?

Bhargavi:

Dr. Rayn thank u so much!! 👌👌
Doc I have a query even cold test is also a pulp sensitivity test and not a vitality test… But you everyone says it’s better than thermal and EPT
And how does it differ from them
Pls can u help me with this doc🥺