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Case of the week part 125.
What a nice case. Tooth #47 with severly curved mesial canals that merge in apical area. I had a great chance to test in vivo new Endostar E3 system with heat treated NiTi alloy. Sooooo flexible. Shaping was the easiest part of that case. In curved canals l...
Case of the week part 125.
Case of the week part 125.
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Case of the week part 124.
This case shows that sometimes less is more. Patient reffered to my office with symptomatic tooth # 46 . Pre-op RVG revealed periapical lesions in mesial root, and two broken files inside mesial canals. After first session i removed only one file, and was n...
Case of the week part 124.
Case of the week part 124.
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Case of the week part 123.
We should always be curious of anatomical anomalies and evaluate our work. Interesting tooth anatomy in this case. Tooth #15. I started with caries removal, pre endo build up, rubber dam placement and shaping protocol with Endostar E3 rotary system. I obtur...
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Case of the week part 122.
First case after looooong holiday brake. Sometimes You need to take some time to charge your battery well ;) This case is important to me, because it is first official case as a Core Member of Dental Masters Group. My favorite type of cases - follow ups! In...
Case of the week part 122.
Case of the week part 122.
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Case of the week part 121.
We should always search for MB2 in upper first molars. In 95% of cases we should locate it. Of course operating microscope is necessary. Sometimes there is MB2 orifice, but it is not a separate canal but kind of groove from MB1 (white arrow). That is why it...
Case of the week part 121.
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Case of the week part 120.
Obliteration is difficult to manage without magnification. Patient was referred to my office for RCT of tooth #11. On pre - op RVG we can see an obliteration in coronal part (2-3 mm distance - white arrow). Underneath is quite big canal. Referring doctor tr...
Case of the week part 120.
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Case of the week part 119.
Hard case this time. Tooth #15 with reversed curvature (mesial not distal as usual) - [green arrow], empty canal, periapical lesions [red arrow] and fiber post [white arrow]. Tooth was symptomatic - tender to percussion. I started with Munce Discovery Bur (...
Case of the week part 119.
Case of the week part 119.
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Case of the week part 118.
Some nice internal anatomy of MB1/MB2. For me most difficult combination. Even with straight line access preparation, we are not able to see merging point if its under curvature. Luckily proper irrigation protocol with PUI activation (Endostar SonicFile on ...
Case of the week part 118.
Case of the week part 118.
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Case of the week part 117.
6 months follow up with difficult case. Tooth #22 with huge periapical lesion and apical resorption. No apical constriction, apical gauging up to size 60. For me it is a signal to place apical plug with MTA. After proper disinfection i placed 3 mm Bio MTA (...
Case of the week part 117.
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