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From: D. Kendel Garretson
Sent: Tuesday, September 27, 2005 5:07 AM
Subject: [roots] max. first bicuspid
bit of a curve, the 10k file gave a good impression of this canal. - Kendel
guilty---good eye ;-) - Ken
Kenny G: Nice handling of the curve.
did you poke around with curved files in the buccal canal a few times to look
for another POE ? - ahmad
Ahmad, I do routinely attempt to slide down with bent hand files feeling for
catches, but do you see something specific? I'm always paranoid of missed
canals in bi's---upper and lower- Ken
Nice kendel. How did you finish the curve, hand inst, combo, divine
intervention? - gary
combo----I used the m4 with a ten, and this gives a nice impression of the
curve. then got a 15 loose to length. then I let rotaries go passively
wherever they like, then back to small hand files, repeat. And none of it
works without divine intervention, sometimes called dumb luck. The radius
of this curve just wasn't as tight as it looks. Thanks Gary - Ken
The m4 is often a godsend in these situations. I thank mark for that. - gary
Great job on the curve Kendel. Could you plz through some light on the coronal
restoration part plz.
Oh BTW I like the name by which Ahmad calls you Kenny G.................
you work ..........as smooth as Kenny G's Sax - Sachin
Sachin, I was working in the office of the g.p., and had the opportunity to
discuss the case with him prior to treatment. I know that he was seen
immediately following my treatment but I have not seen the restorative work.
I believe the g.p. did a "provisional" b.u. and crown lengthening, as he does
c.l. fairly often, but I cannot tell you for sure - Kendel