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Severe percussion sensitivity in tooth #13

From: Terry Pannkuk To: ROOTS Sent: Saturday, March 06, 2010 9:59 AM Subject: [roots] Consult Puzzle case How about this emergency that came in yesterday. 27 year old, very pretty young girl, thin. #13 had severe percussion sensitivity and had just cracked off at the gum line. She reported 9 out of 10 pain. She was a new patient to a good referral, who funneled her to me without ever having seen her. I rarely see a patient that hasnít seen a dentist with a referral. This was one of those rare times. She said she just wanted out of pain and her crown put back on. Any questions, comments, considerations? What would you do? - Terry
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