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From: Carlos Murgel
Date: 9th March 2007
Here are my final images of the tooth 16 (28) international that
I posted last week showing the small DB canal. Final images of the
canal orifice filled with GP and the Rxs - Carlos Murgel
Wow Carlos, that's a beauty! Seems a tough case to me! - Marga
Thanks Marga,Not as tough as your beautiful cases - Carlos Murgel
Great documentation Carlos. Must have been a hard work - J÷rg
Thanks Jorg,It was a lot of work and lots of hand files because
the distal curvature was not an independent canal but a branch from the MB.
- Carlos Murgel
Very impressive! - Liviu
Very sweet. Glad he ended up in your chair and not mine, Carlos!
For his sake and mine. :-)) - Mark
Thanks Liviu and Mark but you guys do amazing work - Carlos Murgel
Nice Carlos. Very elegant documentation and obturation. When did you
ever get the nickname "always short?" - Jason
What a fantastic case. Congratulations for the total control on such a
complicated apical anatomy . A master case. Abrašo, Sergio
He's been in therapy now for a few years. Now he's "Dr. Sometimes Short".
Case done just now. 5 canaler. Yup, I work a few Saturdays half day.
I'm a morning guy. By the time my wimmen are out of bed, I'm home to
bless them with my presence!