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  Curved distal root


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for the individual posts where they are. Photos courtesy: Ahmad Tehrani - ROOTS
From: Ahmad Tehrani
To: ROOTS
Sent: Saturday, September 02, 2006 1:15 AM
Subject: [roots] While you were voting

Lower third molar.
Extremely curved distal root....I hate x-rays because it shows 
you nothing at times. Used nothing but hand files in the apical 
region.... and then , had to carefully pre-bend it just right 
to stick it out of POE.

It was difficult for me to even explain to my asst who was sitting 
right there looking through her scope...
I wanted the bend to be just 4 flutes up the end of the file at 
this angle and not too choked up on the shaft of the file, etc..
.....ahhhhhh..... I had to do it all myself.
Terry is back on the payroll for guru duties...))

The freaking composite was setting up under the scope's light,  
even with resin filter turned on. Not happy with the voids. 
It is so hard to be perfect like Marga..)) - ahmad

Awesome photography! - Terry

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