When you look back over time, you’ll find that the most influential people in history never got there alone. Most of them were part of a community who helped support them to become better. As an endodontist, I’m always in search of resources that will help make me a better clinician. Enter www.Endolit.com. This website is a valued, online community that can be described as the PubMed of endodontic literature and research. After joining for free, I might add, you can immediately access and search through their database of pooled endodontic articles, dating all the way back to the 1960s. It is truly an amazing website that I use to research quick questions that come up throughout my clinical day. The site also has a scientific advisory board and moderators comprised of world-renowned clinicians and educators. In addition to the literature component, the users can browse submitted cases, connect with other professionals, and sign-up for advanced courses in endodontics. I’ve been very impressed with the monthly reviewed articles (in an easy to read abstract format) and cases that are emailed directly to my inbox. It’s energizing being a part of this online community. I encourage you take a moment to join www.endolit.com and spend some time familiarizing yourself with the website and the plethora of other features it has to offer. Whether you are a full time clinician, educator, student, or even a non-dental professional, I am absolutely confident this site will be of value to you. Hats off to Dr. Adham Ahzim and the team of Endolit for making endodontics more accessible to all.
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