Fig. 1

Pre - Op Radiograph , showing  upper premolar with 2 instruments & ledge.

Fig. 2

Working length X Ray after reaching the full WL and the instruments one been retrieved and the other is bypassed.  

Fig. 3

The master cone X - Ray.

Fig. 4

Post-OP X Ray , the Picture show how conservative the treatment was. 



The Clinician must have a knowledge about files , kinematics & metallurgy and to choose the best set for every situation , RE-TREATY kit presents an excellent option for every day rettt situations.


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