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Final coronal preparation

From: Leandro A P Pereira To: ROOTS Sent: May 19, 2010 20:06 PM Subject: [roots] 19 months recall - retreatment and surgery Hi, a case of: Retreatment, apical plug MTA, surgery retrofill MTA, Calcium Sulfate, 19 months recall. - Leandro A P Pereira

Beatiful documentation.Is a plug length sufficient ? What about root/crown ratio it's seems different at different x-rays .. Just some food for brain. - Vitali Vitali, thanks. This length is what I had (3mm). I preferred 5 mm with MTA but... it was impossible in this case. It was necessary length for the core. What about root/crown ratio it's seems different at different x-rays? Yes, it's the same core but with final coronal preparation. Crown: 06/2008 initial crown 06/2008 provisional crown - 01/2010 definitive crown. - Leandro Leandro.....Amazing documentation and amazingly well done. To be honest I would have given up on the tooth. Failing crown, failing surgery and questionable perio (root length) - 3 strikes and you are out.. You proved me wrong.. CLAP CLAP CLAP - Glenn Glenn, you are not wrong, just different pathways to go at the same point.- Leandro I was amazed to be honest with the outcome. You did very very well there. I would not have thought it would have worked out but it sure did.....you have great hands. - Glenn Wow! Beautiful documentation! Do you always use calcium sulfate? - Siju Thank you Siju , I use Calcium Sulfate most of the time. - Leandro

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