28 Year Recall: Two Adjacent Maxillary Molars with Reported Biting Sensitivity

Terry Pannkuk, DDS, MScD Instructional, Recall Observations

What are other causes for a patient's biting sensitivity?

Patient: 61 year old female in excellent health

Chief Complaint: Biting Sensitivity (upper left posterior jaw)

Dental History: Nonsurgical endodontic therapy performed by the author in 1986 (Teeth #’s 14 and 15), no recent dental restorations, finished Invisalign treatment in 2008

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