Detection of three canals
Fig. 8: View of the five conducts treated during drying step.
Fig. 4: Small calcification on the floor of the pulp chamber. Only the main conducts are located.
Fig. 5: Removal of the slightly calcified floor with Ultrasound. Note that the ultrasound allows full visibility of the chamber while working. The troughing manoeuvre allows the view of the conducts Orifices mb2 and mb3.
Fig. 6: Opening finished with conduct orifice angle lines, the walls and the refined pulp floor.
Fig. 7: Detailed view of three root conduct orifices of mesiobuccal root.
Fig. 9: A) Initial sealing x-ray. B ) Final sealing/filling x-ray.
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June 7, 2017
EOS Congress 2017 Montreux
From 5 to 10 June, the European Orthodontic Society welcomes dental professionals from all over the world to the 93rd EOS Congress in Montreux, Switzerland. (Photographs: Kristin Hübner, DTI)