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Five canal article: molars : NaOCI
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From: Ken Serota
To: ROOTS
Sent: Wednesday, November 23, 2005 5:50 PM
Subject: [roots] Five Canal article

Attached are two images from Ben Schein..the intent re; Montage has always
been to ask them to provide some really snappy three dimensional images
for any article produced these flat images can be made to look
exceptional in three D Iím sure and then the article will flow beautifully.
- Kendo

These are great, but just to be clear, are we looking at max and mand 2nd biís here? - Gary Probably better to concentrate on molars, you can always do a second part were you address premolars - Gregori Kurtzman Look for articles by Dr Barry Barker Master of canal anatomy 35/40 years ago . Amazing journal images - Jeremy Rourke This one had a DB2. The MB1 and MB2 merged. The DB 1 and DB2 merged as well. The DB2 was not obvious. I troughed the deep groove between the DB1 and palatal and low and behold.Craig (Photos by Craig) five canals

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