Rabbit hole cavity repair

Cavity molar 4.6

This gentleman diplomat 52 years of age had his molar 4.6 supposedly sufficiently cured during the last three weeks through rinsing with a special fermentation microbiotic formula and consuming liquid food. After another HealOzone session the cavity was filled with Glass Carbomer A2 including the occlusal cavity left after removing old amalgam filling. No drilling was done at all in bodily dental tissue. Although old amalgam filling was gently drilled out three weeks earlier. The dental surface underneath was surprisingly well intact.

Repair of molar 46 with “shark teeth” GCP filling

Using a Garrison matrix shield and holding ring the repair was placed from one capsule in bulk fill. GCP varnish coat applied twice and GCP heat lamp for 5 times 30s. The prognosis is excellent. No reaction is expected.

Conventional dentistry would have deemed a root canal treatment necessary for this 4.6. However, modern insights do consider the root pulp as quite resiliant and it maybe left intact more often than not, nowadays. But it is quite essential to have the physiological and microbiotic environment under control for bulk fill infrinching the root pulp. It can be done with confidence but a too hasty procedure may lead to loss of the tooth. Three to four weeks settlement with special procedures after HealOzone will usually do the job. Please note: purely desinfection will not be appropriate to get the cavity prepared. Instead beneficial microbiotica should be encouraged enough to provide bonding of the synthetic apatite of GCP to bodily dentine. The way I look at it.

Simmerdyk 6, 8601 ZP Sneek, NL

Een gedachte over “Rabbit hole cavity repair

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