The rosenberg's technique of bypassing and braiding - Courtesy ROOTS
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From: sashi nallapati
Sent: Wednesday, July 05, 2006 5:27 AM
Subject: [roots] back to business
The first three cases that i ended up treating were the cases already opened by different gps and could not
find canals, calcified or separated instruments..
I am plannng to start giving case selection lectures to the gps around here.
1.the molar with the separated instrument, i used the rosenberg's technique of by passing and braiding.
I didnt have to use ultrasonics
2.the calcified lower anterior, i got lucky and found the canal mid tooth.
3.the max bi was more difficult than i thought. the palatal canal took a while to find and treat.
alot of troughing with the ultrasonics, with attention to the color differences on the pulpal floor.
any critique is welcome.
sorry to have missed the roots summit due to graduation - Sashi Nallapati
Hi Shashi, Great work as usual and people of Ocho Rios should feel lucky to have you back as a practioner.
Just a small query ...............what about the other central inscisor and is there a slight overfill in
the central inscisor ? - Sachin
sachin, good eyes.. the other central is vital , cemental dysplasia ? yep, i am a tad long..Sashi