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Tough canals with Twisted files

From: Jorge Vera To: ROOTS Sent: Thursday, September 01, 2011 2:36 AM Subject: [roots] Tough canals on the same morning with Twisted files Not the ideal shape but considering how difficult these canals were to negotiate, I am quite happy with the result, they both came this morning which I thought was going to be an easy one - Jorge Vera

Amazing!! What was the sequence of TF's that you used? - Fred Thanks Fred, 25/10, 25/08, to resistance and 25/06 to length, I usually like to then use the Large pack 30, 35 and sometimes 40 to WL but not on these ones! lots of irrigation with PUI. - Jorge Vera Excellent jorge how did you instrument apical distal curvature and apical third of premolar - Raghu Thanks Raghu, I intstrumented both the same way, with TFs 25/10, 25/08, to resistance and 25/06 to length, I usually like to then use the Large pack 30, 35 and sometimes 40 to WL but not on these ones! lots of irrigation with PUI with NaOCL was used for irrigation. - Jorge Vera Thank you jorge how did you maintain patency - Raghu By using a size .08 k file Raghu between rotaries - Jorge Vera

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