This video is about a dentin bridge I found during a root canal re-treatment of an upper seven molar. Every time I found them I like to preserve these structures to avoid tooth weakening. Only with the help of the microscope we can distinguish these kind of formations from pulp stones. In this case the bridge was crossing the palatal canal.
What is great in man is that he is a bridge and not a goal.
This is a re-treatment of an upper second molar #27 through an Emax crown . These kinds of treatments are difficult. However, sometimes they can be easy, and other times they can be impossible. The re-treatment of the tooth depends a lot on the work carried out by the previous dentist therefore, I endeavour to be honest with my patients, as sometimes I am not able to fix everything.
In the following case I had to re-treat a tooth filled with Thermafil. Although Thermafil is a great system and works very well in the hands of some endodontist, it doesn’t work for me. I feel that I can’t control the obturation in 3D and the plastic carrier can be easily exposed without guttapercha around.
For that reason, I feel much more comfortable and secure using vertical condensation with System B, it requires maybe more training under the microscope but is worth it and works really well for me.
– Tooth #27
– K-Files #10 #15 #20
– Wave One Gold
– Bioceramics + System B
Dr. Pablo Salmeron.
“Never give up, because when you think it’s all over, is the moment where everything starts.” — Jim Morrison.
Aquí os muestro simplemente la reendodoncia de un canino. Cuando empecé a desobturar el conducto lo que me encontré fue algo de gutapercha y puntas de papel…
Para este caso tuve que permeabilizar el ápice bastante porque la endodoncia anterior (las puntas de papel) estaba pasada. El resultado fue un ápice abierto el cual obturé con MTA, y el resto del conducto con gutapercha caliente con SystemB.