Ingle’s Endodontics

Ilan Rotstein, DDS

Professor and Associate Dean
Chair, Division of Endodontics, Orthodontics, and General Practice Residency
Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry of USC
University of Southern California
Los Angeles, California

John I. Ingle, DDS     

Lecturer, Department of Endodontics
Loma Linda University
School of Dentistry
Loma Linda, California

Available February 2019. Pre-order your copy today.

The seventh edition of Ingle’s Endodontics is the most recent revision of the text that has been known as the “Bible of Endodontics” for half a century.  It continues the tradition of including an international group of authors, contributing new cutting-edge knowledge and updates on topics that have formed the core of this book for years and also contributing new chapters that reflect the ways in which the field has evolved over the 50 years since its inception.

It will continue to be the standard against which all other endodontic texts will be measured. The main divisions of the book in the new edition are The Science of Endodontics, The Practice of Endodontics, and Interdisciplinary Endodontics.

The 40 chapters are enhanced with color illustrations. New chapters in this edition include:

  • Periradicular disease
  • Dental innervations and pain of pulpal origin
  • Cone beam computed tomography
  • Magnetic resonance imaging
  • Preparation for endodontic treatment
  • Endodontic therapy in teeth with anatomical variations
  • Achieving long-term success with endodontic therapy
  • Management of teeth with immature apices
  • Regenerative endodontics
  • Intentional replantation of endodontically treated teeth
  • Endodontic therapy in the elderly patient
  • Endodontic therapy in the pediatric patient

In addition, many other chapters have been completely updated to reflect the most current concepts and techniques in endodontics. With contributions from the world’s experts in all phases of the specialty, Ingle’s Endodontics, 7th edition, promises to be the indispensible endodontic textbook, an essential part of every endodontist’s library.

Preface to Seventh Edition (Ilan Rotstein, John I. Ingle)

Endodontics—50 years later (John I. Ingle)

The Science of Endodontics

  1. Anatomy and morphology of teeth and their root canal systems (Blaine M.Cleghorn, William H. Christie)
  2. Structure and function of the pulp–dentin complex (Sivakami R. Haug, Syngcuk Kim, Karin J. Heyeraas)
  3. Microbial and nonmicrobial etiologies of endodontic disease (José F. Siqueira, Jr., Isabela N. Rôças, Domenico Ricucci)
  4. Inflammation and immunological responses (Ashraf F.Fouad, George T.-J. Huang)
  5. Pulp pathosis (Graham R.Holland, Tatiana M. Botero, Stephen B. Davis)
  6. Periradicular disease (Domenico Ricucci, Isabela N. Rôças, José F. Siqueira, Jr.)
  7. Dental innervations and pain of pulpal origin (Nikita B. Ruparel, Asma A. Khan)

The Practice of Endodontics 


  1. Examination and diagnosis of pulp, root canal and periapical/periradicular conditions (Paul V. Abbott)
  2. Imaging devices and techniques
  1. Analog radiography (Richard E. Walton, Manuel R. Gomez Segura)
  2. Digital radiography (Allan G. Farman, Martin D. Levin, Ramya Ramamurthy, Lars G. Hollender)
  3. Cone beam computed tomography (Martin D. Levin, Allan G. Farman)
  4. Magnetic resonance imaging (Hatice Dogan-Buzoglu)
  5. Ultrasound (Elisabetta Cotti)
  6. Imaging interpretation (Parish P. Sedghizadeh, Rafael A. Roges, Jose-Maria Malfaz)

Clinical decision-making

  1. Treatment planning and case selection (Paul A. Rosenberg, Matthew Malek, Katsushi Okazaki)
  2. Endodontic considerations in dental trauma (Martin Trope)
  3. Crown-originating dental fractures (Leif K.Bakland)
  4. Vertical root fractures (Aviad Tamse, Louis H. Berman)
  5. Pathologic tooth resorption (Jens O.Andreasen, Geoffrey S. Heithersay, Leif K. Bakland)
  6. Rhinosinusitis and endodontic disease (Roderick W.Tataryn)
  7. Nonodontogenic toothache and chronic head and neck pain (Bernadette Jaeger)


  1. Management of pain, fear, and anxiety in the endodontic patient (Stanley F.Malamed)
  2. Preparation for endodontic treatment (C. John Munce, Terrell F. Pannkuk, Adham A. Azim, Rajiv G. Patel, Ziv Simon)
  3. Preparation of the coronal and radicular spaces (Michael Hülsmann, Edgar Schäfer)
  4. Irrigants and intracanal medicaments (Markus Haapasalo, Ya Shen, James S. Lin, Ellen Park, Wei Qian, Zhejun Wang)
  5. Obturation of the radicular spaces (Arnaldo Castellucci)
  6. Endodontic orthograde retreatment and management of mishaps (Pierre Machtou, Clifford J. Ruddle)
  7. Surgical endodontics (Mahmoud Torabinejad, Mohammad Sabeti, Gerald N. Glickman)
  8. Intentional replantation of endodontically treated teeth (Stephen P. Neimczyk)
  9. Endodontic therapy in teeth with anatomical variations (Ilan Rotstein, Eduardo Llamosas, Kyung-Soo Choi)
  10. Vital pulp therapy (George Bogen, Nicolas P. Chandler)
  11. Managementof teeth with immature apices (Shahrokh Shabahang)
  12. Regenerative endodontics (Anibal R. Diogenes, Anthony J. Smith)
  13. Management of endodontic abscesses/cellulitis, cysts, and flare-ups (J. Craig Baumgartner, Paul A. Rosenberg)
  14. Management considerations for the medically complex endodontic patient (Bradford R. Johnson, Joel B. Epstein)
  15. Drug interactions and laboratory tests (S.Craig Rhodes, Paul D. Eleazer)


  1. Outcomes of endodontic therapy (Kishor Gulabivala, Yuan-Ling Ng)
  2. Achieving long-term success with endodontic therapy (Fernando Goldberg)

Interdisciplinary Endodontics

  1. Contemporary restoration of endodontically treated teeth (Nadim Z. Baba, Charles J. Goodacre)
  2. Endodontic–periodontal interrelationships (Ilan Rotstein, Borja Zabalegui, Khalid Al-Hezaimi)
  3. Endodontic therapy in the elderly patient (Thomas A. Levy, Jaydeep S. Talim, Ilan Rotstein)
  4. Endodontic therapy in the pediatric patient (EnriqueBimstein, Yaara Y. Berdan)
  5. Interrelationships of endodontics and orthodontics in treatment planning and patient treatment (James L. Gutmann, Vivian Manjarrés)
  6. Tooth discoloration and bleaching of non-vital teeth (Ilan Rotstein)


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Book Details

1272 pages, 1048 figures




Dentistry students, endodontists, periodontists, pedodontists, prosthodontists, dentists, and oral surgeons

ISBN 9781607951926