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Nice Mb2 confluence

From: Roberto Cristescu To: ROOTS Sent: Tuesday, August 30, 2011 5:09 PM Subject: [roots] mesials ? Needed to sacrifice some PCD in order to get into the "real mesial" canals. Even without a mouse hole access cavity, the mesials were completely missed. Luckily I managed to get out the whole radiological visible guttapercha from the furcation , through the perforation which was made there. DB and P systems are confluent and again divergent, interesting anatomy. Also nice the Mb2 confluence with Mb1 in a 90 degree curvature. Already made a cusp coverage from composite. Distal looks on the post-op radiographs like deminralisation/decay at the contact point ( I couldn't see anything during treatment), I will check that when she's coming in 1 month for control. There were no pockets to begin with, no furcation involvement. - Roberto Nice MB2 confluence Nice MB2 confluence Nice MB2 confluence Nice MB2 confluence Nice MB2 confluence
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