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Here’s a case of external resorption in the cervical aspect of the mesial root of 36. The following case was treated by Dr.Rafael Michiels .
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From: Rafaël Michiels
Sent: Tuesday, May 11, 2010 9:06 AM
Subject: [roots] Would you have treated this (diffently)?
here is a case of external resorption. I did not think surgery was an option, so I decided to treat
it the way as I did. Would you have done something else? What are the alternatives besides exo + implant?