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95% of the canal was simple - Courtesy ROOTS

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From: Mark Dreyer
To: ROOTS
Sent: Wednesday, November 11, 2009 8:42 PM
Subject: [roots] 95% of the canal was simple

I was certain I'd find a split into multiple canals;
I just didn't think it would be right near the apex.  :-) -  Mark Dreyer, DMD

Compare your result to the lame Dentistry Today cases in the access article by "you-know-who". I don't know why I just don't throw away these "throw away" journals but there's always a sense of morbid curiosity seeing what old repackaged philosophy is being sold, and to who. :) Some of these Dentistry Today articles are destined to become cult comedy bad taste classics like the movie "The Room" by Tommy Wiseau, touted to be the worst movie ever. It seems to me that this promulgation of "biomimetics" root canal system negligence is spawning a resurgence of the "minimalist" Sargenti Philosophy; i.e. not "KISS" (keep it simple stupid) but rather "KIS ASS" (Keep It Simple And Simply Stupid). :):):) Terry P.S. If you love obscure bizarre forms of comedy, check out Wiseau's movie; it is truly "horribly" funny. :) i wish i'll never have "simple" cases like this one - Sergiu Terry, I don't get any of those throw away journals so I don't know who "you know how" is. Am I missing out? :-) - Mark Terry, I am reminded of a favorite "comedy classic" of my own. Groundhog Day. Instead a dentist would wake up every day,with a irresistable urge to bash "you know who" and minimize the worth of 'biometrics". Over, and Over and Over. The only way out of this "time loop" is to "reexamine your life and priorities". {Just somethingI learned from the movies.} Hey. I sure do appreciate your other stuff!!! Terry, I am reminded of a favorite "comedy classic" of my own. Groundhog Day. Instead a dentist would wake up every day,with a irresistable urge to bash "you know who" and minimize the worth of 'biometrics". Over, and Over and Over. The only way out of this "time loop" is to "reexamine your life and priorities". {Just somethingI learned from the movies.} Hey. I sure do appreciate your other stuff!!! Good luck escapeing that "time loop" - James Maroney
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