Endodontic treatment (Step Back Technique) is also known as Telescopic canal preparation or serial root canal preparation. Step back technique emphasizes keeping the apical preparation small and producing a gradual taper coronally This technique was first described in 1960 by Mullaney basically this technique involves the the canal preparation into… Continue Reading Endodontic Treatment (Step Back Technique)

Humans often cope with death by disguising it as life. Perhaps the most glaring example of this is the open-casket funeral, when humans go through the effort of dressing up a dead person and laying them in a giant jewelry box with plush lining, almost creating the impression that they’re… Continue Reading What Really Happens To Your Body After One Year In A Coffin

Lost. Forgotten. Found. In the heart of Germany and in the midst of a state bath and spa center … the most famous lost place of the entire country is located. Behind rambling branches and scrub lies a mysterious doctor’s villa … that – within a short period of time… Continue Reading ANNA L: Die HORRORVILLA des DOKTOR PAIN – der berüchtigste verlorene Ort Deutschlands 🔎 Lost Place

[music playing] FRANCESCA FIORENTINI (VOICEOVER): That’s how I ended up in a body farm, the biggest one in the country. The Forensic Anthropology Research Center in South Texas studies how bodies decompose, and why. Their research helps law enforcement officers, forensic specialists, and scientists figure out when and how a… Continue Reading Welcome to the Body Farm | Explorer

Not all bodies, but a good amount of bodies, need tissue builder. It is lovely to help with building out faces such as sunken in temples, eyes, even lips. It’s like a botox for the deceased. My name is Miranda. I’m a mortician here at Milward Funeral Directors in Lexington,… Continue Reading I’m 30 & I Embalm Dead Bodies For A Living | Last Look | Refinery29

Because not long after its heart stops beating, a body starts to break down. And, as you probably know, it almost always leads to the same thing, unless the body is preserved or cremated: dust. But between death and dust, the human body goes through a lot of changes. What… Continue Reading The Strange, Smelly Science of Decomposing Bodies