complete loss of lingual wall
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From: Carlos Heilborn
Sent: Friday, July 27, 2007 5:50 AM
Subject: [roots] Last case of the day
Nothing special, just the last case of the day
Isolation was difficult because complete loss of lingual wall
Excellent young patient!!!!
Asunción - Paraguay
Good case Carlos.
You have unusual thick shapes .
but i have a question.
are u satisfied with the nsk ipex ? - Sergiu Nicola
Hi Sergiu, Maybe this case had more thick shapes because the age of the patient
I have been using the iPex for more than a year and I am very satisfied
In some cases I even don´t confirm the reading with Rx
Thanks for your comments - Carlos
Hi Carlos........wonderful result with alot of decay. I think the
shapes are large because of such a young patient. Well done.......
Clap clap clap.
It is wonderful to see well handled cases in Paraguay, Europe or the world over. - Glenn van As
Thank You very much Glenn - Carlos Heilborn
yes Dr. you are right, ....seems to be a lil´thick shape, but dont forget is
just a 12 years old kiddo , nice job, which EAL did you use???, just
curious... Dr. Alexander Garcia J.
Alexander, iPex is based on MedicNrg, - Thomas
I use the iPex from NSK
Is the same in the picture (Pal is provided for another supplier) - Carlos Heilborn