#24 Broken file retrieval The smaller segment removed with a loop and ultra-sonics for the other longer segment which was well engaged. Obturated with WVC and a post in each canal for some root dentin re-inforcement. Two rules I always keep in mind when handling instrument separation and other canal obstructions – Broken file removal […]
Pre-op Clinical # in the distal wall Perforation Palatal canal located Buccal canal located Perforation site prepared Slim preparation to prevent further dentin loss
CASE 1: #36 symptomatic after a deep composite restoration. I opted for an orifice directed access in this case. Complete removal of the old restoration may have provided more access but the access preparation i had done already gave me enough SLA CASE 2: #26 ENDO Calcified #26 and i managed to break a munce […]
Nothing special. A few premolars i got to treat recently with access cavity designs specific to what the clinical scenario demanded. Case 1 Case 2 Case 3
3yr recall of a cracked #36 with fracture extending into the ML root. When the peri-apex looks clean i sometimes don’t hesitate considering an endo. Of course with an informed consent about the doubtful prognosis. A post was cemented in the involved root for some added re-enforcement.
Deep sub-gingival margin. Always good to see a well isolated work space, which makes our life so much easier. The usual shaping and irrigation protocol. WVC and Fiber-post cemented, i hope to get a 1.-25mm ferrule during the crown prep.
Calcified canals are never an excuse under the scope. This #15(?) was in the position of a 1st molar and almost got me in my search for the canals. The usual shaping and irrigation protocol. WVC obturation. Pre-op Clinical image On removal of restoration Calcified chamber Mesio-buccal canal DB canal
#19 with (1)# file in the MB (2) Ledged ML (3) Screw post in the distal. The file dislodged with a U-file and ultrasonics to sand away the composite and vibrate out the post. Fibre-post in the MB and distal canals. Getting that 1.5-2.5 mm ferrule in the lingual side will be crucial in this case.
#3 Er. RCT. Pulpitis probably following a recent amalgam close to the distal pulp horn. I’ve confined the access to the mesial aspect. I don’t think this one needs as post-endo but then its going to be her dentists decision.