Calcified molar:warm vertical condensation:Sinus lift recall
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Sent: Thursday, March 19, 2009 2:21 AM
Subject: [roots] part of my day
The first case shows a calcified molar, went through the crown, no decay in it, and after localizing the canals and using
Schilder's principles for cleaning and shaping, see the result I got sealing all the portals of exit.
Second case done with the same technique, using warm vertical condensation, and showing one of the working films where
I explore the walls of the canal looking for isthmuses or any additional anatomy ,this way you ensure that the solution
gets to where it has to go.
Third case is a recall on a sinus lift with simultaneous implant placement. You can observe the piece of bone that was
fractured ahead of the sinus membrane, and on the recall picture how it has blended with the rest of the bone formed
around it. Also notice the shape of the gingiva around the sulcus former - Jose
Big time. Good to see someone popping anatomy again. I run in spurts it seems - gary
Dear Jose, Looking at your cases makes me feel totally inadequate.
Luckily, I can always fall back on my previous career as a Chippendale - Patrick Wahl