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Hard paste removal

-    Hard setting Ca(Ho)2 paste (like Endocal 10) can be softened by EDTA and removed by file or microdebrider.

-    Care must be taken not to gouge or ledge the canal walls during retreatment, and root fracture must be suspected.

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