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Internal Vs External Resorption - Courtesy ROOTS

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From: "Christoph Kaaden"
Sent: Saturday, October 03, 2009 7:54 PM
Subject: [roots] internal vs. external Resorption

It`s been a while since I last posted a case  .. so it`s about time.

This is the case of a 70-year-old patient who was referred with the 
diagnosis of internal resorption...

After some diagnostic steps it was quite obvious this was an external problem...
I am not happy with the access cavity ? and I also wonder if the sealer trace 
is due to a lateral canal (looks like it to me)
or maybe the filling was not ideally placed...
Also I donít think I transported the canal apically, but it sure looks funny to me...
What do you all think about this case? Best wishes from Munich, - Chris

Nicely done Chris and congratulations That was a tough case and you did a very nice job of it. Thanks for sharing. - Glenn Thank you very much Glenn :) - Chris
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