I remember my first doubts about caries preparation when I was a student. I always asked my tutor whether I should prepare more or leave the cavity in this way. I always afraid of pulp exposure. I thought that when I was a more experienced dentist I would have no doubts. In fact the more experienced I was the more doubts I had. Sounds similar ? :)
I asked myself :
Is there any objective way of caries preparation ?
Can I remove only caries but leave the sound tissue unprepared ?
How accurate I can be ?
Can I reduce a risk of pulp exposure ?
...and then I tried to treat the caries with normal prophy jet that I was using for a sandblasting. When I saw first result under the microscope I was really impressed. With every day I was adding new steps to the protocol and this is how Safe Preparation with M.A.C was born.
Today I can prepare the caries with really big accuracy almost without a risk of pulp exposure. What is also very important for me is the fact that I can do this stress-free and with basic dental equipment.
If you struggle with caries preparation, have doubts or you want to reduce a risk a of pulp exposure this course is for you. Check it and become a pulp Bodyguard. :)