Endodontist. Case Study Number 474446
Deep deciduous restorations have been replaced 4 days ago. Patient has been experiencing severe spontaneous throbbing pain for the last two days. Tooth is presenting an irreversible pulpitis following a restoration replacement.
Radiographic examination shows calcifications in apical third of all root canals (calcified canals), a thickened PDL in furcation and a very long tooth with a severe curvature in mesial root. The two mesial canals are merging in apical third and their length is 27mm.
Calcifications have been removed from pulp chamber with ultrasonic diamond coated tips from SpartanTM, Endodontic treatment done in one appointment with lots of RC PrepTM for chelating agent, Pro TaperTM NITI files, gutta percha and Pulp Canal SealerTM .