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 Two BioRace cases
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for the individual posts where they are. - photographs courtesy:Marga Ree

From: Marga Ree
Sent: Thursday, May 01, 2008 11:14 AM
Subject: [roots] Two BioRace cases

A while ago, I implemented BioRace files in my set-up, and have been 
using them now for some months. I like them a lot, they are very 
efficient, and easy to use.

For additional info on the concept, see:

Here are 2 examples

Patient was referred for "to do everything needed"......;-) So far, I did 7 endos, 
4 more to come.

Because of occlusion with the lower left quadrant, we decided to preserve the upper 
wisdom tooth. Weird anatomy, I tried to access the lateral canal to the mesial, 
but was never able to get a file in.

Hope it will heal.- Marga

Hi marga once more ,

On the 27  upper  right and lox ray it looks like a distal root canal in the root is .
Iím sure you saw it .How can you decide to look at this rc and yes or no to treat 
because e I donít see any attempt in this direction?

BTW very nice RCT as always ,Looks better than Protaper for me  - P.S.NOYER

Hi Paul,

Are you referring to the distal root of 27? I did retreat it, but my rads were taken 
from a distal angle, to get the 2 mesial visible, hence the distal moved over to the 
mesial side. - Marga
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