Extensive Caries on a Second Molar Adjacent to a Third Molar

Terry Pannkuk, DDS, MScD Instructional, Difficult Isolation

Learn how to properly isolate a tooth with extensive caries

Case: Patient presenting with a tooth having questionable restorability

Patient: 50 year old male with excellent healthy
Chief Complaint: asymptomatic referred for treatment due to extensive caries (maxillary right second molar, #2)
Dental History: History of caries and retained third molars.

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