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Middle mesial in mesial root - Courtesy ROOTS

From: Dr. Cecil Bergman
Sent: Monday, June 07, 2010 3:32 AM
Subject: [roots] my first 6

This case was referred to me after the patients dentist had twice 
tried to rot canal the lower right first molar,her symptoms
never disappeared and she saw a colleague of mine who said the 
root canal looked acceptable and suspected a crack.
I decided to remove her old crown suspecting an un filled canal 
I the distal root.Unfortunately I noticed immediately that
4 canals had  been found so hoped now that he had not used 
rubber dam I could blame it to contamination. I easily found a 
middle mesial in the mesial root and found one also in the distal 
too give me my first 6 canaler after many 5s. The mesial and 
distal canals all merged to a common apex.Her symptoms had 
disappeared after the first visit and hopefully we are on the 
way to healing. Just something for you returning from Barcelona 
to wet your appetites as you return to work tomorrow. -  Solly

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