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Horizontal and vertical percussion

From: Javier Pascual To: ROOTS Sent: Saturday, May 22, 2010 4:55 AM Subject: [roots] ENDO-IMPLANT ALGORITHM THIS PATIENT HAS BEEN REFERRED TO MY PRACTICE TO DAY. ASYMPTOMATIC VERTICAL PERCUSSION NEGATIVE HORIZONTAL PERCUSSION NEGATIVE TENDERNESS TO PALPATION BUCCAL CERVICAL LEVEL 4.6 NO RESPONSE TO COLD TEST PROBING BUCCAL 8-3-3 PROBING LINGUAL 3-3-3 EXPLORATION WIHT PROBE REVEALS THAT DEFECT IS MAINLY MESIAL AND BUCCAL DO WE NEED A CBCT FOR BETTER DIAGNOSIS? . MAYBE WE HAVE HERE AN IDEAL SCENARIO FOR AN IMPLANT. CAN WE PROPERLY SEAL THE DEFFECT, NOT EASY ACCESS TO MESIAL WALL....ENDO+SURGERY? IMPLANT? - Javier Pascual
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