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Unusual MB2: canal and palatal orifice

From: Mark Dreyer To: ROOTS Sent: Friday, July 10, 2009 2:22 AM Subject: [roots] Unusual mb2 location I thought I'd take a series of photos I don't always take including of the file in the mb2 since that canal orifice was much closer to the palatal orifice than typical. This represents an argument for doing the entire procedure in the scope since I didn't spot this orifice right away. It was 5 or 10 minutes into the procedure that I picked up on it. Although it appears radiogrpahically to merge with mb1, that was not the case. Each canal drained separately. Kinda fun when a piece of calcified pulp comes out of a canal in one piece. This is the doc that is a good restorative operator but demands post space in every tooth. I comply and place ultra-cal in the space - Mark Dreyer, DMD

Nice case Mark and great documentation for the unusual mb2 location pics as well as the radiographs . Thanks for sharing - Sachin Mark, Solid case. your work seems very consistent - Maarten
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