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Recall and healing- Courtesy ROOTS
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for the individual posts and images where they are. Photos courtesy: Abdul Parmar

From: Abdul Parmar
Sent: Thursday, June 19, 2008 3:03 AM
Subject: [roots] Recalls and Healing

Hi Guys, Just a few patients that have been in this week and
I managed to get recall radiographs. -  Abdul

These films tell us a lot about the healing of through and through lesions. Nice work. - Jason Nothing beats the look of HEALING. Excellent results. - Fred It's too bad that so many practitioners don't take toe time to even follow up their cases. They have no idea what healing is because it's irrelevant to them once the procedure is complete. Thanks for showing this, Abdul--it says a lot about the type of clinician you are - Scott See most mine every six months and the bad one's come back just like the good ones. Guy A friend of mine, Frank Weine could show many, many forty year follow-ups; he used the "lateral condensation technique" Believe it or not that was before PhotoShop. I stopped listening to bragging about techniques when I found out the braggers weren't even capable or caring enough to convince patients of the importance of even 5 year followups. - Grant Grant.....your thoughts touch me Weine and lateral condensation with forty year follow-ups It is very cool remember these kind of things due to the times that we are living... Regards, - Gustavo

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