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From: patrick baltieri
To: ROOTS
Sent: Wednesday, March 28, 2007 6:26 AM
Subject: Fibre glass post

The retreatment of the tooth 27 was done this afternoon in a single visit.  
The post was removed with US. Gates and US was used to remove the old filling, 
and prepare was realized with rotary NiTi files (Miltex Prodesign - Easy Endo). 
After fill the canals with GP and Endomethasone, the fiber glass post was done 
and build up the coronal portion with resin.
- Patrick Baltieri

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fiber glass post Could i know why endomethason please ? - Dr. Mohammed A Alshehri Hi Mohamed, I use the endomethasone, because it's a great sealer, with a good stability, radiopacity and with an anti inflammatory action - Patrick I believe it contains a steroid and such sealers are not advised for use in the European Soc. for Endodontology recently published guidelines - Stephen Day
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