Abrupt curve and some Hess - Courtesy ROOTS
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From: Ivan Vyuchnov
Sent: Friday, May 07, 2010 12:52 AM
Subject: [roots] Abrupt curve and some Hess
Quite an easy case preoperatively, but with a fast break at the apical third of both mesial and distal root canals
that i`ve noticed on the preop x-ray.
Ni-Ti`s were of no help here as i couldn`t get them past these curves, so the apical third was done with lots of
I applaud those guys who restore these teeth with resins, unfortunatelly i`m not so good in placing them,
so i decided to choose good ol` laser verified amalgam.
As for the matrix i`ve used a wooden wedge to hold it with light cured flowable ingected around it.
Video is included - Ivan
IVAN.....Now that is teaching. Good stuff Ivan and great result, great case.
I will look at the video.
My only concern is that it looks like the dentin is still soft a little in the photos but again
we both know that photos can lie.
I can see why you like amalgam, that is a tough tooth to trat.
Cya and what did you take the video with .....what camera - Glenn
Thanks for these kind words, i guess you`d be surprised about my documentation set-up, it stupid and simple,
i`ve just started and hope i`ll learn more on how i can improve myself in that field.
Regarding your question, no it`s not soft, i checked with dyes and scratched with probe just before placing
As for the amalgam vs composite debate, i prefer amalgam to composite in severely broken down cases with less
sound enamel present to bond to.
As for the documentation protocol i use digital camera Sony HCS -10 Cybershot, and here`s just a direct
composite case i did for the documentation purposes.
That was an easy direct view, i`ll try to post some endo lately - Ivan
Hi Ivan nice case - like the video - like the access - love the amalgam!!! - Ken