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  C-shape and fractured instrument

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for the individual posts where they are. - www.rxroots.com photograph courtesy: Marga
From: Marga Ree
To: ROOTS
Sent: Thursday, December 01, 2005 8:56 PM
Subject: [roots] C-shape and fractured instrument

Fractured instrument...................did it myself.......
......:-((. ......... K3 30/04.................probably got 
stuck in a fin of the C-shape.. .................could at 
least bypass it..............................
I hate endo.......................!!!  - Marga :-))

fractured instrument

fractured instrument Marga, Looks like quite an extensive fin network in the apical 1/3. Nice recovery, remember you'll love endo again tomorrow! - Randy Hedrick Still a beautiful case. Just tell them no extra charge for the ni ti implant - gary Dear Marga ! This happenes to all of us. The location of the fragment is very hard to remove. Bypassing it, is great. Do you have any oclusal intra-oral pictures to show the anatomy better ? - Thomas Dear Marga, Even the ugly ones look nice, when done by you. - Jörg

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