Stephen Martin

Stephen Martin

Author at Dentistry Online

Dr Stephen Martin, BDS (University of Dundee) MJDF RCS (Eng) PG Dip qualified from the University of Dundee in 2000. Since then he has gained experience working in both a hospital and practice setting. Stephen has undertaken a variety of postgraduate education, including the Membership of the Joint Dental Faculties qualification and a postgraduate diploma in primary dental care at the University of Edinburgh. Since then he has concentrated on endodontics, completing a higher training in endodontics course at the University of Newcastle and becoming a Dentpsly Maillefer trainer. He is currently nearing completion of a masters in endodontics at the University of Central Lancashire. Stephen accepts endodontic referrals in Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Glasgow. He is actively involved in postgraduate education through running section 63 and vocational training endodontic courses, and is a tutor on the primary dental care MSc at Edinburgh Postgraduate Dental Institute. Stephen takes part in the Dentsply Education programme by running local courses in the east of Scotland on Dentsply endodontic products.
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Top tips on endodontics – obturation and restoration

In the last of a three part series, Stephen Martin rounds up his top tips on endodontics, looking at obturation, the coronal seal and core restoration. Following on from last month’s column on canal preparation, the next stage is to obturate and restore the endodontically treated tooth. It is important in my view that these … Continued

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Top tips on endodontics

In the second of a three part series, Stephen Martin continues his top tips in endodontics, looking at the importance of the proper scouting of canals, irrigation and the glide path. Following on from the preparation of an access cavity that allows good straight line access to all of the canals, the next stage is … Continued

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Top tips on endodontics

Most general dental practitioners leave dental school without much exposure to more complex aspects of endodontic treatment. In the first of a three part series, Stephen Martin gives his top tips on endodontics, starting with a discussion on the importance of pre-operative assessment and accessing the tooth. The primary aim for any dentist undertaking endodontic … Continued

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