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No 2 acute pulpitis - Courtesy ROOTS
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for the individual posts where they are. Photos courtesy Rick Carter - ROOTS

From: Rick Carter
To: "ROOTS"
Sent: Tuesday, February 14, 2006 9:47 PM
Subject: [roots] FW: #2 acute pulpitis

Im really exhausted today. Had a full day of conscious sedation in the oral
surgery clinic which made me glad I have a place to refer those really tough
3rd molar extractions EVEN WITH SEDATION.

But I got a call for 16 year old  female, emergency on #2 acute pulpitis ,
in pain over a week. I fell into huge MB,ml canals but the mostof the
chamber was cursted over with a big ball of pulpstone like which covered the
distal floor. I  prepped it down probing everywhere but tired out and filled
the mesials with CaOH and cavit.

She did have ortho treatment and was left a space mesially. THE original
problem was a large popcorn hull got lodged deep in the periodontium. That's
a lot of calification. I wonder what the tooth looked like before endo? I
wonder how much deeper to the canals.



Possible there are only two canals????
Guy W. Moorman, Jr. DDS

Shes feeling good today. So I'll leave it for a few weeks and revaluate.
Thanks Guy , got discouraged working so late. - Rick 
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