Posts made in May, 2017


Pt presented with localized pain and swelling associated with tooth #19 (3.6). Diagnosis of previous endodontic therapy associated with symptomatic apical periodontitis. Orthograde re-treatment completed in two appts. With calium hydroxide over a period of 1 month. Purple flowable used to seal pulpal floor. Advised a new buildup and 👑. #dentistry #endo #dentista #dentist #endodontia #endodontic #endodontics #endodontist #rootcanal #rootcanaltreatment #rootcanals #oralhealth #teeth #savingteeth #odontología #odontologia

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If you think dental work on humans is complicated – imagine treating a 300-pound tiger with teeth seven inches long. Meet Priya, a 14-year-old tiger rescued from a roadside zoo in Colorado. When her new caretakers at Big Cat Rescue noticed that she had a few infected teeth, they called up tiger vet Dr. Justin Boorstein for help. Dr. Boorstein might look calm during the procedure, but he claims that it’s always stressful to work...

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Looking out for a senior loved one’s health means not only keeping an eye on their nutritional intake and physical capabilities, but also on their gums and teeth. As we age there are some things that we tend to let fall by the wayside. Dental health seems to be one of the personal hygiene steps that can be forgotten. Since dental health is connected to whole-body health, it’s important that senior loved ones have someone to remind —...

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Totally missed but hoping to make up for it. Top right is a patient that presented with irreversible pulpitis associated with a crack. Bottom left is a patient who presented with a palatal abscess. Top and bottom right are final PA’s. Both will get final full coverage restorations

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