#3045
Henry Chung

When he came back a month later for the final crown, he still had pain on biting and did not have thermal sensitivity. I felt that Pulp is normal but patient and I decided to do RCT and deliver the final crown. When I accessed the tooth, I can see the crack line extending into the access. I remember an Endo textbook by Torabinejad Endodontics Principles and Practice stating that cracked teeth should have wedging forces applied but it appears not all endodontist and general dentists practice this way. What are your thoughts Dr. Nasseh?
Also I have another cracked molar case where the RCT did not get rid of the symptoms to biting pain at two weeks later after RCT/delivery of final crown.

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