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 Peri radicular healing
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for the individual posts where they are. - www.rxroots.com photographs courtesy:Mark Dreyer

From: Mark Dreyer
To: ROOTS
Sent: Thursday, May 29, 2008 1:23 AM
Subject: [roots] Shoulda used Resilon

Or maybe not?

I treated this tooth 2 years ago.  Patient never had it restored.  
Looks like it healed peri-radicularly.  Good thing I
used Kerr's sealer and gp, right Guy?  :-)))

Actually what I should have done was the buildup at time of service, 
but that doesn't work politically in the referral practice. - Mark



See, now yer learnin.  Want me to send you a pellet or two? - gary

Well, you are getting a lesion on the mesial root. J  Whatís gonna come 
out with the gutta percha if you retreat it.  I retreated  one with 
Resilon on a guy who left his restoration out for three years no stink, 
no puss shouldnít have retreated it.  Oh, and Iíve had tons of these and 
to be honest, I would not put a permanent crown on it no matter what it
was treated with and neither would Fred Barnett.  Guy
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