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From: Mark Dreyer To: ROOTS Sent: Tuesday, January 17, 2006 1:05 AM Subject: [roots] Fwd: Won the battle lost the war? It took 4 appts, and over 6 hours to finish this one. When I removed that crown and saw how little coronal tooth structure was left, I advised that I think this tooth has a poor long term prognosis. The patient didn't care, he was militant in his desire to save the tooth - Mark
Mark,what is the gap between the GP and the post ?? - Sachin Sachin, There is Durelon cement in there. I recemented the pre-existing crown. I didn't guess quite good enough on how much gp to put in the root so that it would match flush with the old post/crown combo.- Mark Mark, How did you manage to isolate this one? Must have been quite difficult - Vimal
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