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Cracked Tooth Replacement - Courtesy ROOTS

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From: Terry Pannkuk
To: ROOTS
Sent: Thursday, August 06, 2009 4:43 AM
Subject: [roots] Cracked Tooth Replacement

Here's an interesting example of why I like a surgical guide with a 
bit of flexibility.   There was a pneumatized coronally extending 
portion of the sinus on the distal.   Needing 1.5mm of bone from 
each adjacent natural tooth, an Astra 4.0 was planned.  The initial 
placement of the guide pin revealed that it was a bit shifted toward 
the distal pneumatized sinus area.  I simply tilted the angle of 
first penetration of the  precision drill a bit mesially and took a 
check radiograph.  I was happy with the alignment knowing it was 
nicely parallel to the root of the second bicuspid and pretty much 
parallel  to the wall of the pnematized sinus on the distal. The 2.5 
and 3.2 drills went to the  desired length with no need for sinus 
tapping. I then drilled half way down with the 3.7 drill and tapped 
the ledge down with the 2.5, 3.0, and 3.5 ostetomes.  I tapped 3/4 
of the way down with the 4.0 osteotome and screwed in a 4.0 x 9mm 
straight Astra.   Of course no taper. :)  I bury most of these 
implants without a healing cap figuring it  takes some additional 
slight risk out of the equation.  It's no big deal
to punch the tissue out and place the abutment later - Terry

Very nice terry !! Can you take a photo of the kind of surgical guide you used here - sergio

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Cvek pulpotomy

Middle mesial

Endo misdiagnosis

MTA retrofill

Resin core

BW importance

Bicuspid tooth

Necrotic #8 treatment

Finding MB2 / MB3

Deep in a canal

Broken file retrieval

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Pushed over apex

MB2 and palatal canal

Long lower third

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CT Implant surgury

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Sealer overextension

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Secondary caries

Zygomatic arch

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LL 1st molar (#19)

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AG BU ortho band

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Zirconia crown

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Cracked tooth

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