Our last post was a primer ‘Using Calcium Hydroxide,’ as part of our preview of the forthcoming publication of Learning Lessons. In this post, we present Case #5 ‘Removing Calcium Hydroxide.’ I get these questions about removing Ca(OH)2.
- Why do I need to use Calcium Hydroxide? Why not just
leave the canal dry?
- What if some Ca(OH)2 is left on the canal walls and you obturate?
- Can Ca(OH)2 block you out on the 2nd visit?
Here are answers and procedure tips in my Learning Lessons Case #5:
This is another sneak peak at a forthcoming series of Learning Lessons books to be available soon through RootCanalAcademy.com. See other lesson samples in this blog.
Happy endo my friends,