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Endo Questions for the RWE Faculty:: Using the post cement/ core buildup as an initial rebuilding of the wall

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Joined: May 2016

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lets say we have an upper molar with a huge carios do, which we have decided it will need a post

can we get rid of the caries, etch, bond, and use the core buildup material as the distal wall, which will help our irrigation efforts as opposed to having no wall present

then, we should be able to cement the post, and then have it bonded to the original wall?.

also, id we have that post cement/ core material, will succeeding layers bond to each other, or do we need to have some bond in between each layer?

lastly, can we use this material as a filling, ie say a do where we are not intending to crown it?