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Multiple roots lower premolars - Courtesy ROOTS

From: Ilya Mer
To: ROOTS
Sent: Saturday, June 05, 2010 5:43 AM
Subject: [roots] Multiple roots lower premolars of the week.

Here is my most dificult cases of last week. Not so usual anatomy for 
my country, multiple roots lower premolars Best regards from Moscow 
- Ilya Mer

Ilya, Intresting case and intresting anatomy, can you explain moré details please. - Dr. Alejandro Podolsky G. More detalis: The first endo (44 and 45) was done 4-5 years ago. Under crowns it survived but patient said the teeth hurt him sometimes. The anatomy looked like C-shape root. Separate lingual and buccal root, into isthmus of second premolar I succeeded to find one more canal. 44 with internal resorption in the midroot the lingual root and huge pulp stone. I had to work four appointments to complete these cases (and calcium hydroxide for 2 weeks in between). Samee! You are right, the obturation is a problem. I use Obtura injection technique in most cases and in these cases as well. The second case (45) was very difficult. The sealer inserted into orifices of accessory canals gave a hint that would be simple to find the entrance. In fact it looked like small closed envelope on the dentin wall. It cost me 6(!) micropeners to understand the angle and exact point of entry. It was also 2 visit endodontics with 2 weeks calcium hydroxide between visits. - Ilya Mer

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