Mandibular molar

Additional Info

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  • doctor name: Dr. Gilbert Gallo
  • location: Italy
  • Case #: Case #15

Case description

This Mandibular 1st molar (#36) was diagnosed with acute pulpitis, actute periodontitis and condensing osteitis. A glidepath was created, initially by hand files (#10, #15) and then rotary (#20/.04).
In the distal canal, a SAF 2.0mm was operated for 4 minutes with NaOCl 5%, and in the mesial canals a 1.5mm SAF was operated with the same protocol.
Root canal cleanliness was assessed using a clinical microscope, and obturation was carried using Thermafil (Distal canal: #35/.04; mesial canals: #30/.04)

 

About Dr. Gilbert Gallo

Dr Gilbert Gallo, DDS, MSc, from Bari, Italy, is a graduate of University of Bari Aldo Moro, and holds a Masters of Science degree from the University of Turin.
He specializes in micro-invasive dentistry, teaches at the University of Turin, Italy, works in several private clinics in this field, holds courses on this topic in Italy and lectures frequently around the world.

 

Contact details

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Phone: +39 377 293 2977
Address: via Pasubio 175 n-a, Bari, Italy
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