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Nasty little curve


The opinions within this web page are not ours. Authors have been credited for the individual posts where they are. - www.rxroots.com X-Rays courtesy: Richard Schwartz
From: Richard Schwartz
Sent: Friday, October 05, 2001 6:02 AM
To: ROOTS
Subject: [roots] Re: Nasty little curve

Here is a root canal I did today with a nasty little curve at the end of the MB root.  It had
great potential to be a "kick me" case. I spent a lot of time with small files, both hand and
rotary, establishing and maintaining patency.Scheduled 90 minutes, but ran into lunch.
Fortunately, #19 is asymptomatic -  Rick

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From: Gary B. Carr Sent: Friday, October 05, 2001 6:20 AM Nice cone fits Richard! Great case as well. -Gary
From: Fred Barnett Sent: Friday, October 05, 2001 6:30 AM Beauty...what were your MAF's? Was this done with Profile .06's? Yes, MAFs were .06 Profiles. The D and ML were size 36 (green) and the MF was 28 (blue)although I almost got to length with the green. I also used hand files and .04s along the way. - Rick From: Rampton Sent: Friday, October 05, 2001 7:02 AM Beauty ! That one little sentence is worth gold. I believe it, but I don't always act it ... to my eventual dismay. Learning, Wes Richard Schwartz wrote: I spent a lot of time with small files, both hand and rotary, establishing and maintaining patency - Rick You just moved a light year away from my reach.all i have to say is wow!! keep them coming Rick,you have absolutely no idea how inspiring this kind a work is to look at,devour the minutae,dream of the detail and yearn for the day when i can imprint my initial at the bottom of such a case. i hear this argument from some that they dont want to boast and hence they don't post their cases.and yes we all learn more from mistakes ,but in the wisdom of Keats " a thing of beauty is a joy forever".you guys just can't fathom how much of a joy it is for us to look at your great cases .no amount of inspiration from any other source can match the kind one can get from viewing these great cases. i salute you Rick.please keep them coming.and Peter ,fantastic results in your MTA/GP case of the central. sashi nallapati, Ocho Rios,Jamaica Mark L Chamley writes: Very nice case Glenn Van As writes: Richard, outstanding case.......gosh that was a touch curve, I just marvel at your technique and results!! - Glenn From: Uziel Blumenkranz - beautiful case. - Uzi Thanks Uzi. Same goes for your cases.- Rick
From: Fred Barnett Sent: Friday, October 05, 2001 3:47 PM Rick, Another question came to mind. Are you using NiTi hand files, GT hand files, Flex-R ss hand files, or plain old ss K-files to help negotiate these apical curves? For a number of years I have used the FlexR hand files. I like to try new systems, however. Are there any you recommend? Anyone else?- Rick Rick, have you ever got a chance to use the M4? - Jerry Avillion Jerry, You know, it is just one of those things I haven't gotten around to doing yet. It is on my list. We have the handpiece but I keep forgetting to order the Flexofiles. Maybe your message will jar my memory. I've been needing a religious experience lately. - Rick


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