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 Obstructed buccals on upper molar
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for the individual posts where they are. - photographs courtesy: Roberto

From: Roberto
Sent: Mon 6/27/2005 10:34
Subject: [roots] Obstructed buccals on upper molar

Endo surely is not easy, and is even harder without the necessary tools. 
Still I love doing endo, and I still dream to do only this in short time.
*This case :
  - sent by a dentist after pulpectomy, because the buccals were blocked. 
    She placed in the palatal a sort of mummifying paste. You can see the pics.
  - not having US tips I used the LN bur and managed to find all the 
    root canals....I know I removed much more dentin   than with a US tip, 
	but I did my best with my tools
  - Single visit : 2 hours
  - Routine irrigation protocol : NAOCl 5.25 %, CHX 2 %, EDTA 17 %
  - Rotary : GG 4-3-2 ,  Profile .06 and afterwards beggining apically with 
    hand file instrumenation
  - epiphany and resilon obturation

Hope it will be ok in time....The referral told me she will monitor the patient.
all my best regards,- ROBERTO

Roberto, Nice job, do you have a scope yet? How are you taking the pictures? You sure have come a long way, keep going, the road is a nice one on which to travel. - Bill

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