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  Molar with pulpchamber calcified


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From: patrick baltieri
To: ROOTS
Sent: Friday, July 13, 2007 8:34 PM
Subject: [roots] Molar with pulpchamber calcified

This case was dificulty until the localization of the canals. In the first visit I found the canals
and did a coronal restauration with resin, I couldn't find the MB2. Second visit:
Prepared with GG (5-2) and Miltex Prodesign / Obturation with GP. - Patrick Baltieri

What a nice case guy . Congrat. Nice w, to U too Campinas? - OLHA ELE Patrick, Very nice case although I think there is MB2 in this tooth as the MB1 is not centered within the root. Those calcified teeth are hard to "crack". Very nice documentation ! - Thomas Hi Patrick, Very nice case and documentation! Which materials are you using for the coronal restauration with resin?? - Noemí Thanks Noemi, I use for the coronal restoration as adhesive the ClearFil SE Bond (Kuraray) and 3M ESPE resin (Filtek Z350). This is only a reconstruction before the crown and not a definitily restoration.- Patrick Thanks for your comments THomas, I agree with you about the MB2, but I was in the limit, if I continued could happens a perf. So I preferred stop in that point. Those teeth are really hard to "crack". - Patrick

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