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 toughest 3 canal lower bi
The opinions within this web page are not ours.Authors have been credited for the individual posts where they are. - www.rxroots.com photographs courtesy:Sashi Nallapati
From: Sashi Nallapati
To: ROOTS
Sent: Friday, November 14, 2008 5:51 PM
Subject: [roots] my toughest 3 canal lower bi yet...

Patient is of white british origin it took me two visits to spot
the two canals and Clean shape.i didnt locate the third.

third visit after packing the two buccal canals, i could see the
sealer track to the mesial. i figured this canal is on the lingual
and shared the same the orifice as the MB.

extended the orifice of the MB to lingual, straight line access,
clean and shape and obturate. this was the biggest canal of all.
my toughest 3 canal lower bi yet with 4 visits. it took me a long
time to spot all canals.- Sashi Nallapati

It happened to me in one case similar to this one. nicely done. - Dr.kishore nallapati. Great case, like ever. - Dr. Miguel

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