Overall, this course provides a contemporary review of the five mechanical objectives that the late Dr. Herbert Schilder originally theorized in his 1974 seminal article, “Cleaning and Shaping Root Canal Systems”. In fact, the authors of this course—Dr. Donald C. Yu, DMD and Dr. Alphonsus Tam, DDS—were both his long-time students who co-wrote several other articles with him on a variety of endodontic topics and theories. The authors pay tribute to their mentor by using his direct insight to discuss the inherent concepts of cleaning and shaping that are now considered vital for successful root canal preparation.
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