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Histopath evaluation - Courtesy ROOTS

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From: "Chaniotis Antonis"
To: "roots"
Sent: Saturday, June 23, 2012 1:01 PM
Subject: Re: [roots] 1 vs 2 visit endo--histopath evaluation

How much bacteria reduction is good enough for healing to come? 
I should add here for healing not only to come but also to last 
long term.

In the case attached healing came in three months although 
I missed the lingual canal. For me this means that my cleaning 
protocol was good enough in the reduction of bacteria
for healing to be promoted ( even if I missed a lingual canal). 
Of course I new from the start that I should try and negotiate 
this missed canal and that the crowns should be removed.
The patient disappeared and returned 3 months later. 
The periapical lesion seemed healed but I was sure the  healing 
result wouldn't last long term. So I reentered and cleaned the 
missed canal!! Healing in endodontics is not the only issue of 
interest, long term healing is. So what is the critical bacterial 
reduction for healing to Last long term. That's why we need long 
term healed cases to enhance the power of our treatment protocols.
 -  Antonis

Histopath evaluation
Protaper flaring

6 yr old Empress

Cvek pulpotomy

Middle mesial

Endo misdiagnosis

MTA retrofill

Resin core

BW importance

Bicuspid tooth

Necrotic #8 treatment

Finding MB2 / MB3

Deep in a canal

Broken file retrieval

Molar cases

Pushed over apex

MB2 and palatal canal

Long lower third

Veneer cases

CT Implant surgury

Weird Anatomy

Apical trifurcation

Canal and Ultrasonics

Cotton stuffed chamber

Pulp floor sandblasting

Silver point removal

Difficult acute curve

Marked swelling

5 canaled premolar

Sealer overextension

Complex anatomy

Secondary caries

Zygomatic arch

Confluent mesials

LL 1st molar (#19)

Shaping vs Cleaning

First bicuspid

In Vivo mesial view

Inaccesible canals

Premolar 45

Ortho and implant

Radioluscency

Lateral incisor

Obturation

Churning irrigant

Cold lateral

Tipped to lingual

Acute pulpitis images

Middle distal canal

Silver point

Crown preparation

Epiphany healing

Weird anatomy

Dual Xenon

Looking for MB2

Upper molar resorption

Acute apical abcess

Finding MB2

Gingival inflammation

Irreversible pulpitis

AG BU ortho band

TF Files

using TF files

Broken bur

Warm technique

Restorative prognosis

Tooth # 20 and #30

Apical third

3 canal premolar

Severe curvature

Interesting anatomy

Chamber floor

Zirconia crown

Dycal matrix

Cracked tooth

Tooth structure loss

Multiplanar curves