Explain the management of apical canal impediment, Biology

Explain the Management of Apical Canal Impediment

  • Well angulated radiograph
  • Coronal pre-flaring
  • Pulp champer flooded with sodium hypochlorite
  • Coronal passive preflaring at level of impediment

 

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