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From: RafaŽl Michiels
Sent: Monday, October 15, 2007 3:03 PM
Subject: [roots] 5 PON

This was a #14 which was treated because it is going to be restored with 
a crown. Nothing fancy. The tooth was vital when I opened it. Treated in two visits.
Found an MB1,MB2 and MB3. Too bad I didn't take any picture with the microscope. 
- Rafael Michiels, Belgium

Thank you for the case presentation... I would have 2 questions: Did you have patency in the distal canal and What obturation technique do you use? Best wishes chris Hello Christoph, To answer your questions: Yes, I had patency in all canals including the distobuccal. My obturation technique was cold lateral condensation on this one. I used additional ISO gutta percha cones (size 20) with AH+ as sealer.- Raf

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