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Fractured Central Incisor - Courtesy ROOTS

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From: RafaŽl Michiels
Sent: Friday, December 31, 2010 8:05 PM
Subject: [roots] Fractured Central Incisor

Happy New Year to all of you. To end 2010, I just sent you one of my more 
satisfactory cases from this year. The referring dentist asked my advise, 
since the other advise she was given, was that this tooth was lost.
I am happy to see how things worked out up until now.

The best root canal treatment is the one you do not have to do.- RafaŽl

That's why you can call yourself an endodontolgist and not "only" an endodontist. Great decision - JŲrg I enjoyed this case more than I would have done when I would have opened it and placed some MTA. - RafaŽl well done Rafšel!!! Do you have intraoral pictures? - Javier Thanks Sunil, JŲrg & Javier, I only have intra-oral images from the first visit when the patient came to my office. So, the fracture was already preliminary repaired by the referring dentist. The dentist did not take clinical pictures at the time of the trauma. I attachthem. - RafaŽl

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