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Irreversible pulpitis (by Ilya Mer)

Cases by Ilya Mer Endodontics one step endodonticsPublished April 28, 2013 at 7:37 am Comments Off on Irreversible pulpitis (by Ilya Mer)

Just a regular case of irregular pulpitis of #17 (2). Interesting anatomy – very long buccal roots (23mm) and relatively short palatal one (17mm)        

Short? Not sure! (by Ilya Mer)

All clinical cases Cases by Ilya Mer Endodontics one step endodontics Video Vital casesPublished March 24, 2013 at 6:54 am Comments Off on Short? Not sure! (by Ilya Mer)

Referrative patient was sent for RCT of second right molar. During  caries and old restoration removing  pulp was exposed      

Central-lateral dilemma solved by endodontic approach (by Ilya Mer)

All clinical cases Cases by Ilya Mer Endodontics Follow up one step endodontics Perforation repair RetreatmentPublished March 16, 2013 at 5:21 pm Comments Off on Central-lateral dilemma solved by endodontic approach (by Ilya Mer)

The term “central-lateral dilemma” was borrowed from the lecture of one of the most  brilliant speakers  in a field of Periodontics Dr Maurice Salama. Missing of  two incisors – central and lateral creates huge difficulty for both perio and prosthodontist to make good aesthetic restoration. Just wanted to show my way to solve this dilemma.    

Hard paste and via false (by Ilya Mer)

All clinical cases Cases by Ilya Mer Endodontics one step endodontics RetreatmentPublished March 10, 2013 at 5:19 am Comments Off on Hard paste and via false (by Ilya Mer)

This patient was referred to our practice deu to impossibility to get patency in all canals Tooth was previously treated and partially filled with hard whitish paste. There were no radiographic signs or symptoms that patient pointed at, but RD has decided to perform RCT properly        

Irreversible pulpitis #36 (19) (by Ilya Mer)

Cases by Ilya Mer Endodontics Middle mesial one step endodontics Unusual anatomy Vital casesPublished March 7, 2013 at 10:42 am Comments Off on Irreversible pulpitis #36 (19) (by Ilya Mer)

There is a typical clinical situation: bad spontaneous pain, pain provoked by cold agent, deep distal caries    

Fragment retrieval and 8 month follow up (by Ilya Mer)

All clinical cases Cases by Ilya Mer Endodontics Follow up Fragment removal one step endodontics PAL RetreatmentPublished October 19, 2012 at 12:53 pm 1 Comment

Русская версия The patient was sent to re-endo of several teeth before a new prosthetic reconstruction  

Necrotic one step (by Ilya Mer)

All clinical cases Cases by Ilya Mer Endodontics one step endodontics Pulp necrosisPublished June 5, 2012 at 3:58 pm 1 Comment

Русская версия Had to stop my day off and open the office for the patient with emergency The patient just returned from the vacation and had to leave next day on business The pain has began couple of months before for cold water, then for hot tea, last week hurt spontaneously Because of the patient schedule had to finish
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Buried into the deep (by Ilya Mer)

All clinical cases Cases by Ilya Mer Endodontics Fragment removal one step endodontics RetreatmentPublished January 13, 2012 at 4:45 am 1 Comment

Russian version This patient has been referred to complete NSRreT, RD has tried but couldn’t negotiate one of the mesial canal due to “hard cement” in the apical third.    

2 year follow up after strip perforation (by Ilya Mer)

All clinical cases Cases by Ilya Mer Endodontics one step endodontics PAL Perforation repair RetreatmentPublished May 10, 2011 at 12:04 pm Comments Off on 2 year follow up after strip perforation (by Ilya Mer)

Here is the 2 year follow up after  iatrogenic perforation on mesial root #47. I has started as a regular re-retreatment with under preparated RC system, short filling in both roots. After I’ve got apical patency and was ready to obturation I found myself in strip perf of the  coronal third in the mesial root. The perforation
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Middle Mesial (Maxim Belograd)

All clinical cases Cases by Maxim Belograd Endodontics one step endodontics Retreatment Unusual anatomyPublished February 3, 2011 at 9:04 pm Comments Off on Middle Mesial (Maxim Belograd)

Русская версия Here is a case of the first left lower molar retreatment where middle mesial root canal was found. PreOp and view of pulp chamber before retreatment. Minimal invasive access was performed by previous operator so we can see full unroofing over mesial system due to 🙂 . Preendo buil-up was done and access
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Perf/no perf? (by Ilya Mer)

All clinical cases Cases by Ilya Mer Endodontics Follow up one step endodontics PAL Perforation repair RetreatmentPublished February 2, 2011 at 5:08 pm 1 Comment

Русская версия #25 (#13) has been sent to the root canal treatment due to chronical pulp inflammation. The treatment has been done and you see the result, but look at #26 (#14)

Follow ups make sense (by Ilya Mer)

All clinical cases Cases by Ilya Mer Endodontics Follow up one step endodontics PAL RetreatmentPublished January 24, 2011 at 5:24 pm Comments Off on Follow ups make sense (by Ilya Mer)

Русская версия This patient suffered from permanent pain and swelling on this front upper teeth.

New Year’s crop (Maxim Belograd)

All clinical cases Cases by Maxim Belograd Endodontics Micro-access one step endodontics Unusual anatomy Video Vital casesPublished January 2, 2011 at 3:12 pm Comments Off on New Year’s crop (Maxim Belograd)

The end of 2010 turned out to be particularly fruitful to root canals quantity. I got an upper left first molar with five canals. Let’s see. I tried to make access conservative as much as possible but due to initial curvatures of distal and mesial systems(DB, DB2, MB and MB2)  I had to enlarge my
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Minimalism (by Maxim Belograd)

All clinical cases Cases by Maxim Belograd Direct restorations Endodontics Micro-access one step endodontics Post-endo restorative Shaping algorithm Video Vital casesPublished December 31, 2010 at 7:38 pm Comments Off on Minimalism (by Maxim Belograd)

Russian version Nowadays one of the main aim of endodontic treatment is preservation of tooth structures. In view of this a new direction has arisen , which is called microendodontics. Here is a case of  lower right second molar treatment according to new direction. Video (access preparation) Video (instrumentation)

Hidden lesion (by Ilya Mer)

All clinical cases Cases by Ilya Mer CT analysis Endodontics one step endodontics RetreatmentPublished December 25, 2010 at 11:41 am 1 Comment

Русская версия Here is the second abutment of the bridge. #24 (12) was recommended for retreatment in spite of there was no sign of PAL on preop X-rays. But the true picture is seen on CT. There was bone resorption : both in periapical and furcal area. One step endodontics was done.

3 canal premolar retreatment (by Ilya Mer)

All clinical cases Cases by Ilya Mer Endodontics Follow up one step endodontics Retreatment Three canal premolars Unusual anatomyPublished December 12, 2010 at 9:31 am 1 Comment

Russian version Non surgical retreatment of #24. The missed buccal root is seen on X-ray (arrow)

Plat du jour (by Ilya Mer)

All clinical cases Cases by Ilya Mer Endodontics one step endodontics RetreatmentPublished December 12, 2010 at 9:21 am 1 Comment

Russian version #26  sent for retreatment  to my clinic, initial endo was done 7-8 years before, the obturation probably done by only paste.  The tooth hurt sometimes but not that time. One step endodontics. There was interesting shot MB canals joining.