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Sent: Wednesday, August 06, 2008 7:41 AM
Subject: [roots] [ROOTS] Large apex Contd.
As a continuation of the recent thread on Large apex.........
I could have filled this case with apical MTA downpack and GP back fill
I do not have CaSO4 in my practice and i havent used apical matrix as
described by Marga.
The apex was approx # 120. used paperpoints for WL determination.
No bleeding from apex after I removed the CaOH (u can see bit of caoh
in pic 3)
WL was 22mm and I place the dovgan carrier to 20 mm with MTA. packed with
hand pluggers and after filling 5mm( may be too much) I place a plugger on
the MTA and use ultrasonic indirectly to pack it. I use very
less power You can see the MTA being condensed.
Final fill with composite (could have done better) - Venkat
Hi Venkat....... What level of curing intensity is required for curing
composite in the deeper portions of the canal - Sachin
I do not know the answer to your question.
I do not use light cure composite in the canal. Its either self or dual
cure. Some times resin modified GIC. I will be interested to know
(from others on this forum) if there is any specific light that can be used
to cure deeper portions of the canal - Venkat
Hi Venkat, Nice work! Very clear and sharp pictures. What is your photography
setup? - Maarten
Thanks Maarten, I use Moller wedel Denta 300 with Nikon coolpix 950. - Venkat