Herodontic cases and a humble 1 year recall
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From: Bojidar Kafelov
Sent: Wednesday, August 17, 2011 2:37 AM
Subject: [roots] Herodontic cases and a humble 1 year recall
I'm afraid that I can't participate in this beautiful and full of
sportsmanship argument about the 20 yr recalls etc. My humble and
maybe not fully experienced opinion is that I want to see - that is
the whole point of the scope, the CBCT, loupes etc. If I can't see
where I'm going I can't be sure of what I'm doing, so I want my
access clean and visible all the way! I'm not saying that everybody
should do what I do, but I work that way and until now it
works for me and most importantly my patients.
Here is something to argue about:
Case 1(Case report 59-62): I've posted it earlier but don't know
if it got trough! Endo-perio lesion with secondary pulp involvement.
Delayed answer to stimuli but painful to hot/cold and the pain
persisted after removing the hot source for about 30 sec. I thought
it will be a good thing to repost this case regarding the access argument.
Case 2 (Case report 70): Herodontic from all points of view -
fractured instrument, perforation, not enough tooth
structure....but the patient wants her teeth.... So a perio-endo
team was formed to do whatever it could.
Case 3 (Case report 69): A humble 1 year recall - you'll be the
judges. Please note the access again - 4 canals,
distal canals with thin isthmus between them.
Any comments are more than welcome, critics are welcome too!
Best regards, Bojidar