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Irreversible pulpitis with lingering pain- Courtesy ROOTS
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From: Simon Bender
To: ROOTS
Sent: Friday, September 01, 2006 12:34 PM
Subject: [roots] saved

LR #31, Irreversible pulpitis with lingering pain.
I could see in the pre-op that the distal canal exists laterally with a
curve. Mesial pulp horn had a deep base that was exposed during caries
removal, hence causing the demise of the pulp.
Not very happy with my apical execution. I would have liked to see more
defined and more funneling. No one to blame but me for not recapitulating CZ
once more. Basically created a zone with series of larger and shouter length
files, but never went back to redefine it. But in my own defense, I could
feel the tiny bifidity with scouting file and didn't want to disturb it.

At least, that's my excuse! - ahmad

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