From El Salvador

[We used the NOMAD] for the USC Advanced Endodontics Program’s El Salvador Humanitarian Effort. We were able to treat fifteen patients for non-surgical root canal treatment and two patients for surgical endodontics. Residents from the USC School of Dentistry’s Advanced Endodontics Program had the opportunity to not only treat patients of the San Salvador community, but also teach student dentists at the Univeridad Evangelica de El Salvador School of Dentistry.

The NOMAD was essential in taking pre-operative radiographs, radiographs of work length for root canal treatment, and final radiographs. The portability and ease of use was a great addition to usage in limited clinical environments.

Sincerely,

Andrew Lin, DDS

University of Southern California School of Dentistry

Advanced Endodontics