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Sent: Thursday, April 05, 2001 02 09
My first (RaCe-Brasseler) case in a tooth in the head of a living human.
Patient signed consent acknowledging that the files are a new design and with no
track record or publications about them. He got a huge break in the fee.
Retired teacher no insurance. Only a #10 SS to obtain measurement rest only
rotaries. Prefitted Joey D's Pluggers 4mm from the apex. Do not have a system B,
used the touch and heat, I am not comfortable squirting a long canal case 25mm.
Although squirting is the way to go if you are a .....good operator
(which I am still not after 35 years :) , the smiley wasn't needed ti's true)
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From: John J. Stropko, D.D.S.
Sent: Friday, April 06, 2001 00 00
What a beautiful case!
From: Molar Del Sud (Ace Dentura)
Sent: Thursday, April 05, 2001 14 27
Nice Race case, Ben ...do you have each patient a discount each time you try
something new, or is it life over there,where everything has to have a proven
> Patient signed consent acknowledging that the files are a new design and with
>no track >record or publications about them. He got a huge break in the fee.
From: Benjamin Schein
Sent: Thursday, April 05, 2001 18 03
Not always, only if
1) I like the patient. Usually old and fat (like I am) or Latino immigrant
flipping hamburgers or picking mushrooms, or grapes in the farms nearby.
2) I absolutely am convinced that the patient needs the brake.
3) Have had a decent production last month.
4) I am in a good mood (main reason).
5) I do not want my personnel to think that I am soft.
6) I like the rep who gave me a whole bunch of files for free to try.
What else...who knows?