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Molar case #17 irreversible pulpitis

From: Noemí Pascual To: ROOTS Sent: Thursday, July 24, 2008 6:34 PM Subject: [roots] Depth CASE A 23 year- old male patient was referred for RCT of tooth 17. The patient was asymptomatic. The case was very tough due to the limitation of aperture of the patient and because the depth of the pulp chamber. No scope! It was difficult because the M and D were very closed. Full instrumentation using Protaper rotary files, NaOCl, Citric Acid and Chlorhexidine, and K files. Pattency in all. Obturated all canals with gutta percha, Top Seal sealer, guttacondensor with Tagger tecnique and vertical condensation. Cones 6% and 40d in all.BTW I´m not very happy with the big puff!! - Noemí

Hi Noemí ! Nice job!! Congratulations !! I would like to know how can I use NaOCl and Chlorhexidine togheter ?? - Daniel De Angelis Dear Daniel, Thank you for your comments. You cannot use NaOCL and Chlorhexidine together because their interactions.I use NaOCL during all the C&S and after Citric Acid, sterile water and last irrigation with Chlorhexidine. I have enclose for some you some articles about irrigation protocols. - Noemí

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