Thermafil obturation
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Palatal swelling
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Split tooth
Healed case
Retreatment of molar
Finding canals
Revascularization
Forked tongue
Tapered post
Canal stone
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Apical split
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Buccal palatinal merger
Implants failure
Interesting anatomy
Resilon followup
Maxillary molar
Prof Nentwig
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Two palatal cusps and some weird anatomy - Courtesy ROOTS

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From: Javier Pascual
To: ROOTS
Sent: Wednesday, July 29, 2009 12:29 AM
Subject: [roots] Upper first molar with weird anatomy

Two palatal cusps and some weird anatomy in the preop x-ray...

Pulp Diagnosis: Necrosis. Periapical Diagnosis: Symptomatic Apical Peridontitis. Canal dressing for four weeks
with CaOH. Instrumentation with hybrid technique Protaper/Profile. Gutta with resin based sealer. Warm vertical
condensation. Pulp floor sealed with flowable composite.

Preop build up with flowable resin, as you may see I have serious problems to do a proper contact point :((
GP will be able to do a proper wall much more better than me.

Toughest root canal
Retricted mouth opening
Deep decay
Upper second molar
Open sinus lift
Implant after extraction
Implant # 20
Implant # 30
Irreversible pulpitis
2 step necrotic case

Fracture
Lesion on MB
Endo perio case
Surgery or implant
Silver point removal

Series of cases
SS reamers and files
Single visit RCT
Ortho resorption
Apico retreatment
Apical perforation
Funky canine
Crown preparation
Two tough molars
Epiphany recall

To squirt or not
Core distal end
MTA miracles
Pain with LR
Instrument removal

3 canals upper Bi
Acute pain
Dental decay
Calcified chamber
Mandibular first molar
Ultrasonic activation
Fluorosis
TF and patency
Interim dressing
Huge lesion

Tough distal canal
Debris in pulp chamber
Access and success
Restricted mouth opening
Broken drill fragment

MB2 or lateral
Gutta percha cases
Another calcified
Big Perf
Canals and exit
Dam abuse
Amalgam replacement
Simple MTA case
MTA barrier
Restoration with simile

Immediate implant
Traumatic accident
Lesion on D root
Extract / Implant
Carious exposure

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