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From: Jerry Avillion
Sent: Tuesday, April 03, 2001 02 14
2nd premolar. What's that on the distal? At first, I thought it may be
another root, but I could never find an orifice - Jerry Avillion
Jerry! Great case! As usual! Please, can you tell us step by step
how you obturate the canals! (and maybe you can send it to Julian
for publication!) I thought you were using Sys B until NO!
It was great meeting you! - Yosef Nahmias
Looks like a convolution of the sinus floor..... Molar Del Sud
1. Cone fit (same as with system B), I use autofit GP.
2. Coat the cone with sealer (just like system B)
3. Sear off the cone at or a little below the orifice with hot plugger.
4. Microseal condensor to within 2-5 mm of WL
(the depth of the condensor depends on the individual canal)
5. Cold plugger and push on the softened mass.
I call it the System A
(It's one letter grade better than the system B);) - Jerry Avillion
jerry, it almost appears that I can make out a third pdl apical to the
other two roots. Do you have a third canal? - Ray van der werf
It seems like a "apical furcation defect".The form of the root(especially
the palatal aspect behaves in such a manner that stagnation and enhanced
peri-apical resorbtion can occur.IMHO morphology both internal and external
(coronal and apical are quite important. regards - John Coetsee
Maybe, but I couldn't find an orifice to it. - Jerry Avillion