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Lesion on the D root
From: "Christoph Kaaden"
Sent: Wednesday, May 06, 2009 8:22 PM
Subject: Deep splittin`C _ was Re: [roots] No cases being done
Here's a case I finish yesterday.
I actually had to prep pretty far down apically before the main
canals could be identified...
fire on ;-) - Chris
First Molar also needs attention as well as the perio situation
"First Molar also needs attention as well as the perio situation"
Seems like it's also "growing" a lesion on the D root. Also it
looks like they didn't remove the temp filling from under the
amalgam (or filled with ZOE like they do here).
The 7'th is extremely well done, congrats - I know this is hard.
How did you fill the isthmus so nicely ? (last time I did it
I left a small void just at the most apical part - bummer)
Hi Thomas! I also believe that the first molar is showing an
apical lesion and I told the patient. We'll see what happens.
Both Endo and coronal restauration were done alio loco...
Obturating the isthmus was indeed difficult.. one reason being
that my Beefill-gun was blocking my view at the beginning.
So I first applied a small portion of gp, did some compaction
and than backfilled the rest... but overall I guess I must
have been lucky the way it turned out ;-) - Christoph