Treating the Calcified Maxillary Bicuspid

Terry Pannkuk, DDS, MScD Clinical Endodontic Technique Instruction, Access, Complications: Advanced Management, Calcification

Learn the strategy for treating a calcified maxillary bicuspid

Patient: 57 year-old female with controlled hypothyroidism

Chief Complaint: Toothache

Dental History: Patient was referred to the author by her restorative dentist after having a history of pain localized to the maxillary second right bicuspid (Tooth #4)

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