Radiographs are pretty bad (sorry Andy). But teeth still holding up. Of note, (JK) #4 has held up that long without treatment.
Patient had a preparation for an onlay and developed severe pain. She asked her sister who is a practicing dentist in New York if she could refer her to an endodontist (I don’t know why she did not go to her GP’s referred endo). Her sister called her classmate who happens to be a RD […]
Patient referred for RCT after her tooth became symptomatic a few months after fracturing part of his composite restoration. Four canals. 17/.04 VTaper files in the three buccals, and 20/.06 in the Palatal canal.
The patient is getting two crowns on teeth #18 and #19. He developed symptoms on tooth #19 and was sent to have initial endodontic treatment. He was advised that there is a likelihood that he may also need treatment on tooth #18, once the crown was taken out and any present decay removed. Four canals, […]
This is a guitar player who was having a crown made, and developed pain to cold. His canals are somewhat calcified. Pulp was vital on entry. Four canals, calcium hydroxide in the interim. Completed at second appointment, patient was asymptomatic prior to obturation. Opaque composite core build up.
This patient was referred after she develop cold sensitivity while she was in a temporary waiting for her crown. Four very tight canals with a Radix Entomolaris. DB root had an almost 90 degree curve in the root tip area. Two appointments, since I do not complete symptomatic cases in one appointment. Patient returned to […]
Patient had a crown placed within the past six months. She developed a sinus tract on the buccal. Conservative dual access made to address the mesial and distal canals. Pus mixed with blood flowed out of the access Calcium hydroxide placed in the interim. Patient returned with her sinus tract healed, Obturated the tooth after […]
Patient had crown done a few months prior. He developed chewing pain this week. Upon conservative access, there was pus oozing out of the accessed opening. Buccal canals had abscessed pulps while palatal canal had partially necrotic and vital tissue in the apical third. Two visits with CH in the interim. Four canals. GP and […]
This is the tooth of a 74 active female. Came in with pain to percussion on tooth #2. I saw her in August of 2017 for tooth #30 which was not salvageable, and noticed this pin on the BW. She had this treatment done some 30 years ago, and so I did not see the […]
Abscessed pulp on entry. Crown cemented within 6 months of visit to our office. 17/.04 V-Tapers. Three months of Calcium hydroxide with a change in between. Last Radiograph is a 3.5 year recall.