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Trauma- Endo-Surgery-Retreatment

From: cristescu roberto To: ROOTS Sent: Saturday, April 24, 2010 6:44 AM Subject: [roots] Trauma- Endo-Surgery-Retreatment Another questionable heroic case. Trauma when he was child, endodontic treatment, than about 4 years ago surgery. Few months ago again tooth was painful. Clearely apical lesion (at least on the CT) and hard bevel of the old surgery. I placed an apical barrier of Ca(SO)4, which shows on the CT with the same appearance as the root structure...which makes the post-op Ct look like not only that I filled the whole canal, but I also made some magic dentin structure apical :-)) The post-op CBCt shows also the difficult to place MTA in such an oblique bevel... either you will be short in a place or you will be long on all aspects....I am short palatinal in this aspect (more Ca(SO)4 there ). - Roberto

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