Are There Risks To Bypassing a Broken Instrument? (Comment Questions)

Allen Ali Nasseh   uploaded 4 months ago

In response to a question about bypassing files, Dr. Nasseh discusses endodontic treatment planning decisions when it comes to deciding whether to bypass or fill.

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      Allen Ali Nasseh

      In response to a question about bypassing files, Dr. Nasseh discusses endodontic treatment planning decisions when it comes to deciding whether to byp
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      Stanley John

      Excellent discussion, I have felt the pain of separating a file only once in my relatively short career but luckily it was a quick resolution at the Endodontist and patient was grateful for the honesty and quick referral.

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