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for the individual posts where they are. Photos courtesy Daniel Shalkey - ROOTS

From: Daniel Shalkey
To: ROOTS
Sent: Monday, August 04, 2008 8:12 PM
Subject: [roots] ethereal beauty in endodontics

This case was very tough due to the curvatures in the MB root, but the 
result was very  esthetically pleasing. I was just happy to get thru it 
with all my instruments in one piece.



What files? - Richard Kim Bleiweiss

Stainless Steel 10-25K, Protapers, K3 02 files.  The files are just a 
tool, this could  have been done with any number of different files. 
- Dan Shalkey

Dear Daniel, Looks very nice indeed. Can you tell us how you instrumented 
this very  difficult MB canal ? - Thomas

Hi Dan.  Beautiful case! Did you take protapers to length in the
mesials? - Siju

Only S1 and S2, too worried about seperating an F1. - Dan
K 3 lightspeed

Crown replacement

Root reinforcement

Vertical root fracture

Periodontal pocket

Cox crapification

Cold sensitivity

Buccal sinus

Nikon 995

Distal canals

Second mesial canal

Narrow escape

Membrane

Severe curvatures

Unusual resorption

Huge pulpstone

Molar access

Perforation repair

Maxillary molars

Protaper shaping

Pulsing pain

Apical periodontitis

Mesial middle

Isthmus protocol

Fragment beyond apex

Apical trifurcation

Jammed K file

Mesial canals

Irreversible pulpitis

Bicuspid abscess

Sideways molar

Red Dye allergy

Small mirrors

Calcified molar

Extraction and implants

Calcificated central

Internal resorption

Bone lucency

Porcelain inlay

Bone allograft