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Deciduous tooth abscess

From: "Gary L. Henkel D.D.S." To: "ROOTS" Sent: Saturday, February 17, 2007 8:48 PM Subject: [roots] Deciduous tooth abscess Been slow in the endo world but I did have this kid in yesterday with an obvious carious exposure on upper right first deciduous molar. Patient is 10 y/o. Tooth is now residing in biohazardous waste container - gary

Hi Gary, you don't give them to patient for the tooth fairy ? - John Believe it or not, we have to be very careful about that in the commonwealth of pennsylania as they are considered biohazardous waste as other tissue removed during surgery is considered. We have been known to throw them in hypochlorite for a time and send them home, however. This kid had no interest. - Gary Georgia has followed OSHA guidelines and allowed patients to take their own teeth home. Hell, it belongs to them. - Guy

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