01.2.1 mandibular molar – transparent
This mandibular molar represents true anatomy and can be instrumented with your preferred hand or rotary instrument system. The transparent shading is of particular interest for toying with new instruments and to visualize root fillings and irrigation. For the latter, use an ink or food dye , as was done in the example depicted here.
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|tooth type||mandibular molar|
|level of difficulty||medium|
|key feature||severely curved mesial canals|
|working lengths||mesiobuccal: 23 mm|
|mesiolingual: 23.5 mm|
|distal: 21 mm|
Hint: As in a clinical situation with joining canals in the mesial root, always negotiate and instrument the lingual canal first.
Passive ultrasonic irrigation using an instrumented transparent mandibular molar.