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 endo of mandibular second molar
The opinions within this web page are not ours.Authors have been credited
for the individual posts where they are. - www.rxroots.com photographs courtesy: Jacek Glebocki


On Apr 30, 2008, at 3:10 PM, Jacek Glebocki wrote:
This is my first case on ROOTS - endo of  mandibular second molar.
Regards from Lomza, Poland -  Jacek Glebocki



Incredibly beautiful treatment. Is the tooth to get a cusp-protecting
restoration soon? - Grant

Great case. - Dr. Miguel González Rodríguez

Hi Jacek, Great result !  Do tell us how you achieved these shapes. 
- Siju

Congratulations, Jacek. What instruments did you use for shaping? 
What is your obturation technique? - Jörg

Wow, that's awesome!! Very nicely managed! - Marga

hi jacek- beautiful shape, but   whats happened with this tooth ? 
only a small amalgam  filling at the top, no signs of periapical 
disorders. why  it is become necrotic?  please more input of this 
awesome case. - Dennhardt H

That is very very nice Jacek... How did you shape the DL/ML 
(the merging ones)? Did you take any precautions with that?
Excellent!! - Oliver Jones

Wow, neat one.  I like to see good ones like this because it reminds
us what to watch for. - Guy W. Moorman, Jr. DDS

very nice case and anatomy! - Eduardo Fregnani.

Hi Jacek Why Endo on this tooth? Symptoms? Tests done before treatment? 
You say Non-vital (gangrena). Culture done? What about the condition 
of the 36? - Andre
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