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 Direct capping
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From: Roberto
Sent: Mon 6/27/2005
To: ROOTS
Subject: [roots] Direct capping

A real hard case some time ago....all the floor of pulp chamber 
was calcified.. aprox 10 years ago this was a direct capping....
I played russian roulette here....Really sometimes I think endo 
is  by far the most part of dentistry......

AGain the LN bur saved me..and the patient ;-)..no X-rays here 
unfortunately.. maybe Irina can post them (it was her patient),
as my only job was to try find the canals and she managed to 
properly enlarge  them and fill them...

I attach also some ugly pics with me not at all ergonomically 
working solo..... funny thing is that when I talked with some 
friend I found out it's better doing  endo solo than with an 
untrained assistant or with a stressing "partnership" which
tells you do to faster , cheaper, better :-)  - ROBERTO

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